Bond counsel

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Bond counsel

An attorney who prepares the legal opinion concerning a municipal bond issue.

Bond Counsel

An attorney who writes an official opinion stating that a local government is legally permitted to issue a municipal bond. A new issue of a municipal bond is required to have this statement from a bond counsel.
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The firm also billed nearly $500,000 with the RTC in 1992 and ranks among the top ten bond counsels in the state.
Barnes, McGhee has the distinction of serving as sole bond counsel in deals for several states, including New York, Missouri, Texas and Connecticut.
Since the union, Fitch, Wiley landed a place among the 12 elite firms to serve as bond counsel to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
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In 1992, the firm was selected over 30 competitors as Washington D.C.'s lead bond counsel. The potential transactions for Lewis, White which (will be working with its D.C.