Original Purchaser definition

Original Purchaser means the original purchaser of the Bonds designated by the Fiscal Officer in the Certificate of Award.
Original Purchaser means Northland Securities, Inc.
Original Purchaser means the purchaser of the Notes from Issuer at the time of their original issuance.

Examples of Original Purchaser in a sentence

  • The interest rates designated by the Original Purchaser in such bid and set forth in Section 2.01 result in a true interest cost of [ ]%.

  • It is hereby found, determined and declared that the interest rates and other terms of the Original Purchaser’s bid are in accordance with the parameters set forth in the Authorizing Resolution and the award of the Series 2020B Bonds to the Original Purchaser is hereby ratified and confirmed.

  • It is hereby found, determined and declared that the interest rates and other terms of the Original Purchaser’s bid are in accordancewith the parameters set forth in the Authorizing Resolution and the award of the Series 2020A Bonds to the Original Purchaser is hereby ratified and confirmed.

  • In connection with the issuance of the Series [2020A/B] Bonds, the Original Purchaser has required the City to obtain bond insurance from [ ](“[ ]”).

  • When the Series 2020 Bonds have been fully executed and authenticated, they shall be deliveredby the Registrar to the Original Purchaser upon payment of the purchase price in accordance with the contract of sale heretofore made and executed, and the Original Purchaser shall not be obligated to see to the application of the purchase price.


More Definitions of Original Purchaser

Original Purchaser means the first purchaser of the Bonds from the County.
Original Purchaser means the first purchaser other than distributors and dealers.
Original Purchaser means the purchaser of the Bonds specified in the Certificate of
Original Purchaser means Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated.
Original Purchaser means the first purchaser of the Bonds from the County. “Participants” shall mean those broker-dealers, banks, and other financial institutions for