Further, pursuant to the terms of each supplemental Indenture
, the amendments to the applicable Indenture
became effective at the effective time and shall thereafter bind every holder of such series of notes.
To get a sense of the changes that companies may be facing, we compiled a sample of 89 indentures
filed with the SEC between 2014 and 2016 by the top 20 public companies (by market capitalization) for each market sector identified in the S&P 500.
requires the valid consent of the holders of a majority in aggregate principal amount outstanding of the relevant notes for the adoption of the proposed amendments and for the execution of an amended and restated indenture
giving effect to the proposed amendments.
This of course doesn't help John, except to reiterate that there is not a copy of his indentures
, apart from the one he has lost and his only hope is that somewhere someone has retained the old Alfred Herbert employee records of which he will be part of.
indenture--in keeping with the remainder of the indentures
If the indentures
were signed between the parish and an employer they can often be found in the county records offices and solicitors' accumulations.
Because it was a private arrangement between the parents and the master the indentures
themselves are not usually found in record offices or archives unless they have been deposited as part of family or solicitors' collection.
In 1867 in the Ambrose case, the North Carolina Supreme Court, in an opinion written by a Republican justice, revoked court-ordered indentures
that had been made without the apprentice being in court.
Studies on immigration and indenture
in the Caribbean have traditionally tended to be narrowly focused on imperial policies, or on specific migrant groups (mainly Indians), or on specific territories.
Other covenants inserted in bond indentures
can have a significant anti-takeover effect.
A significant number of outstanding indentures
(albeit still a minority) do not provide these protections for minority noteholders.