Bond agreement

Bond agreement

A contract for privately placed debt.
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5 billion allocated in the 2015-16 Victorian Budget, alongside a $3 billion Metro bond agreement.
The school said going to bankruptcy court was the responsible decision "in light of our current situation and reflects understandings and provision acknowledged by signatories to the original bond agreement.
In its penalty decision in May 2014, the Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal said Kristofer Antonio must have allowed his own bond agreement with the Selwyn Foundation to be used to construct the false bond agreements for the IQNs, who sought to qualify and work in New Zealand.
Paul Flanagan, a visiting fellow at the Australian National University, said a bond agreement between the Bank of PNG and the Treasury to fund a large government deficit is effectively printing money, and that could lead to hyperinflation.
In addition, certain loan covenants have been amended to be in harmony with those in the Company's bond agreement.
The farmers claim they were swindled in a dodgy business deal after being tricked into entering a fake bond agreement in March 2005.
GEM is a strong international investor that conducts careful due diligence before entering new investments, and signing this convertible bond agreement of JOD 25 million shows the real strategic partnership and mutual trust, especially right after GEM became a Strategic Shareholder In UAIC and Taameer Jordan in the previous deal.
43 million bond agreement to reduce the cost of the debt service.
screwed up" by misinterpreting the initial bond agreement.
Acker also mentioned that all parties had agreed to the bail bond agreement because Kimbara and Zhu were not considered flight risks.
Clause 9b in the bond agreement said the club had the right to move supporters "in exceptional circumstances.
As part of her bond agreement, Fleiss agreed to regular drug testing, said U.