A Bond Form in finance is a debt instrument that represents a loan contract and specifies an obligation to return borrowed funds. Essentially, it is a loan agreement between the Bond issuer and the bondholder and includes the description of the loan and its payment method. When the bondholders purchase a Bond, they "loan" money to the issuers. After the loan matures, the issuer has to repay the loan to the bondholder.
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There are several types of Bond certificates, and they offer bondholders different options since the specifics of any particular Bond can vary. These can be distinguished depending on the purpose of the bond and its field of application:
A Bond Indenture is a related legal document that describes the features of the loan, its restrictions, and possible consequences that may be triggered if the issuer does not make timely payments. It is drafted during the issuing process and is produced by the company that issues the Bonds. It is a formal contract signed by the issuer and the bondholders setting all the terms and conditions of every Bond Certificate issued.
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