Bonds definition

Bonds means any bonds (including refunding bonds), notes, interim certificates, certificates of indebtedness, debentures or other obligations.
Bonds means such of the debt obligations, including "when issued" and/or "regular way" contracts, if any, for the purchase of certain bonds, and cash or a certified check or checks and/or an irrevocable letter or letters of credit in the amount required for such purchase, deposited in irrevocable trust and listed under the "Trust Portfolio" in the Prospectus, and any obligations received in exchange, substitution or replacement for such obligations pursuant to Sections 3.09 and 3.18 hereof, as may from time to time continue to be held as a part of the Trust to which such Reference Trust Agreement relates.
Bonds means the Outstanding Bonds of all Series.

Examples of Bonds in a sentence

  • This Disclosure Agreement shall inure solely to the benefit of the Authority, the Developer, the Underwriters, and Holders from time to time of the Bonds, and shall create no rights in any other person or entity.

  • This Disclosure Agreement with respect to the Bonds shall terminate upon the earlier to occur of the legal defeasance or payment in full of the Bonds.

  • A default under this Disclosure Agreement shall not be deemed an event of default under the Indenture or the Bonds, and the sole remedy under this Disclosure Agreement in the event of any failure to comply shall be an action to compel performance.

  • The Authority shall reference, or cause the Dissemination Agent (if different from the Authority) to reference, the CUSIP prefix number for the Bonds in any notice Provided.

  • The Issuer has decided to set up the Programme pursuant to which the Issuer will issue Covered Bonds from time to time.


More Definitions of Bonds

Bonds means (i) the debt instruments issued by the Issuer pursuant to these Bond Terms, including any Additional Bonds, and (ii) any overdue and unpaid principal which has been issued under a separate ISIN in accordance with the regulations of the CSD from time to time.
Bonds means any obligation to repay a sum of money, including obligations in the form of bonds, notes, certificates of participation, long-term leases, loans from government agencies, or loans from banks, other financial institutions, private businesses, or individuals, or long-term contracts, or any refunding thereof, to which the Special Taxes have been pledged for repayment.
Bonds means any obligation to repay a sum of money, including obligations in the form of bonds, notes, certificates of participation, long-term leases, loans from government agencies, or loans from banks, other financial institutions, private businesses, or individuals, or long-term contracts, or any refunding thereof, which obligation may be incurred by CFD No. 3.
Bonds means any bonds, notes, interim certificates, debentures
Bonds means the bonds as listed on the attached Exhibit A, with the 9-digit CUSIP numbers relating thereto.
Bonds means debt obligations, including delivery statements relating to `when issued' and/or `regular way' contracts, if any, for the purchase of certain bonds and cash, certified or bank checks or checks or letter of credit or letters of credit sufficient in amount or availability required for such purchase, deposited in irrevocable trust and listed in Schedule A of the Trust Agreement, and any obligations received in addition to, or in exchange, substitution or replacement for, such obligations pursuant to Sections 2.01, 3.11, 3.12 and 3.19 hereof, as may from time to time continue to be held as part of the Trust.
Bonds means the debt instruments issued by the Issuer pursuant to these Bond Terms, including any Additional Bonds.