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Bond Certificate

A physical document that gives the person or company listed the right to collect on a debt. Bond certificates often contain a great deal of information, such as the holder's name and any right attached to the ownership, among other things. One may use bond certificates in court to prove a fact alleged. However, many issuers use electronic documents rather than physical bond certificates.
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