Indenture

Agreement between lender and borrower which details specific terms of the bond issuance. Specifies legal obligations of bond issuer and rights of bondholders.
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Indenture

The legal agreement, also called the deed of trust, between the corporation issuing bonds and the bondholders, establishing the terms of the bond issue and naming the trustee.
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indenture

[n] - formal agreement between the issuer of bonds and the bondholders as to terms of the debt 2. [n] - a contract binding one party into the service of another for a specified term 3. [v] - bind by or as if by indentures, as of an apprentice or servant
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Indenture

A deed or other document to which two or more parties are bound.
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Indenture

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indenture

In law, a deed between two or more people. Historically, an indenture was a contract between a master and apprentice. The term derives from the practice of writing the agreement twice on paper or...
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Indenture

a deed or other document to which two or more parties are bound.
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Indenture

In·den'ture noun [ Middle English endenture , Old French endenture , Late Latin indentura a deed in duplicate, with indented edges. See the Note below. See Indent .] 1. The act of indenting, or state of being indented. 2. (Law) A mutual agreement in
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Indenture

In·den'ture transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Indentured ; present participle & verbal noun Indenturing .] 1. To indent; to make hollows, notches, or wrinkles in; to furrow. « Though age may creep on, and in
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Indenture

In·den'ture intransitive verb To run or wind in and out; to be cut or notched; to indent. Heywood.
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indenture

verb bind by or as if by indentures, as of an apprentice or servant; `an indentured servant`
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Indenture

Agreement between lender and borrower that details specific terms of the bond issuance. Specifies legal obligations of bond issuer and rights of bondholders. An indenture spells out the specific terms of a bond, as well as the rights and responsibilities of both the issuer of the security and the holder.
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Indenture

• (n.) A mutual agreement in writing between two or more parties, whereof each party has usually a counterpart or duplicate; sometimes in the pl., a short form for indentures of apprenticeship, the contract by which a youth is bound apprentice to a master. • (v. t.) To bind by indentures or written contract; as, to indenture an apprentice
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indenture

indenture 1. A deed or agreement executed in two or more copies with edges correspondingly indented as a means of identification. 2. Any deed, written contract, or sealed agreement. 3. A contract by which a person; such as, an apprentice, is bound to service. 4. Any official or formal list, certificate, etc., authenticated for use as a voucher o
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Indenture

Document that details the terms of the agreement between bond issuer and bondholder. Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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Indenture

Bond resolution which contains all terms and provisions of the financing plan.
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indenture

An indenture is a contract stating the terms under which debt securities are issued. For secured bonds, the indenture may describe, along with other contract provisions, the collateral and conditions of default. For debentures, the indenture may restrict other corporate borrowing or declaration of dividends, and place various other limitations on m
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indenture

INDENTURE: The legal document that defines the rights and the obligations of the issuer and the bondholder with respect to a specific Bond issue. Indenture provisions include put and call features, sinking funds and various limitations-such as a limitation on the sale of additional debt- on the activities of the issuer....
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Indenture

Binding two parties together by a contract in writing which states the benefits and agreement between the two parties. Normally indentures refer to the financial contracts
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Indenture

An indenture is a deed entered into between two or more parties, and so called because duplicates of every deed between two or more parties were once written on one skin, which was cut in half, with a jagged or indented edge; so that when the duplicates were produced in court they were seen to belong to one another.
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Indenture

An indenture is a legal contract that reflects a debt or purchase obligation. It specifically refers to two types of practices: in historical usage, an indentured servant status, and in modern usage, an instrument used for commercial debt or real estate transaction. ==Historical usage== An indenture is a legal contract between two parties, particu
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indenture

a deed under seal
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Indenture

Used in insurance policy agreements as to compensation for damage or loss. Hold harmless
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Indenture

An indenture is a written contract between a bond issuer and bond holder that is proof of the bond i
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Indenture

1) Generally, any written agreement between two parties. 2) A real estate deed in which two parties agree to continuing obligations; for example, one party may agree to maintain the property and the other to make periodic payments. 3) In finance, a written agreement that describes the borrowers' responsibility to the lenders in a bond or debenture
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