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bound by contract
Subject to an indenture
In the past, an indentured worker was one who was forced to work for someone for a period of time, because of an agreement made by people in authority
past of indenture
{s} bound by indenture, contracted to serve
indentured servant
A debt bondage worker who is under contract of an employer for a specified period of time, in exchange for transportation, food, drink, clothing, lodging and other necessities
indentured servants
plural form of indentured servant
indentured servant
A person bound to another by contract for a specific period of time in repayment of a debt or other obligation
indentured servant
one who was voluntarily or involuntarily committed to working for someone for a fixed number of years (usually 4 to 7) in exchange for passage to America or some other financial advantage (i e , learning a trade) An indentured servant had few, if any, rights, but people without skills or money accepted this position in order to emigrate After the period of work was over, the servant usually became a freeman It was also common practice for parents to indenture their children with the intent of having their child learn a trade or craft
indentured servant
person who is bound into the service of another person for a specified period, usually seven years in the 18th and 19th centuries to pay for passage to another country
indentured servant
A person who voluntarily or involuntarily committed to working for another person for a fixed number of years (usually 4 to 7) The most common reason was to pay off a debt, such as the cost of passage to America or some other destination The indentured servant had few, if any, rights but people without skills or money would accept this arrangement in order to gain something when the service was done
indentured servant
A person who came to Jamestown who had made an agreement with the Virginia company to work as a servant for a period of years, usually between four to seven, in exchange for free passage to the colony
indentured servant
a person who has to work for someone for 4-7 years to earn freedom
indenture
An indentation
indenture
~ The legal document relating to and defining all of the legal aspects of a bond issue The terms of the indenture are binding on the issuer for as long as the bond issue is outstanding and not refunded or defeased The Bond Trustee monitors compliance with the terms of the indenture on behalf of the bondholders of the issue
indenture
~ The legal document relating to and defining all of the legal aspects of a bond issue The terms of the indenture are binding on the issuer for as long as the bond issue is outstanding and not refunded or defeased The Bond Trustee monitors compliance with the terms of the indenture on behalf of the bondholders of the issue
indenture
A contract which binds a person to work for another, under specified conditions, for a specified time (often as an apprentice)
indenture
A written agreement between the issuer of a bond and bondholders, usually specifying interest rate, maturity date, convertibility, and other terms
indenture
Etymology: Middle English endenture, from Middle French, from endenter (1) a document or a section of a document that is indented (2) a formal or official document usually executed in two or more copies (3) a contract binding one person to work for another for a given period of time -- usually used in plural (4) a formal certificate (as an inventory or voucher) prepared for purposes of control (5) a document stating the terms under which a security (as a bond) is issued
indenture
To indent; to make hollows, notches, or wrinkles in; to furrow
indenture
(historically) the legal agreement between an apprentice and an employer under which the apprentice was bound to the employer for a specified period in return for the training received; superseded by contract of training or training agreement
indenture
The act of indenting, or state of being indented
indenture
Agreement between lender and borrower which details specific terms of the bond issuance Specifies legal obligations of bond issuer and rights of bondholders
indenture
an old legal term, an indenture is another word for a deed or even a contract such as for apprenticeship The word comes from the Latin for "toothlike" and refer to the fact that originally it was a document which came in two parts and the toothed serrations or tear could be matched up to prove it was the same document
indenture
A formal agreement between the issuer of a bond and the bondholders
indenture
A written agreement under which bonds and debentures are issued, setting forth maturity date, interest rate and other terms
indenture
a deed, contract, or sealed agreement executed between two or more parties; a contract by which a person is bound over for services
indenture
the space left between the margin and the start of an indented line
indenture
A document of deed, usually in duplicate, expressing certain objects between the parties
indenture
To bind a person under such a contract
indenture
indentures a formal contract, especially in the past, between an apprentice and his master (=employer) , or the act of arranging this
indenture
{i} contract which binds a person to serve another for a specified period of time; written agreement made in duplicate; deed, contract, agreement; indentation
indenture
Agreement between lender and borrower that details specific terms of the bond issuance Specifies legal obligations of bond issuer and rights of bondholders An indenture spells out the specific terms of a bond, as well as the rights and responsibilities of both the issuer of the security and the holder
indenture
A written agreement under which bonds and debentures are issued, setting forth maturity date, interest rate, and other terms
indenture
a contract binding one party into the service of another for a specified term formal agreement between the issuer of bonds and the bondholders as to terms of the debt bind by or as if by indentures, as of an apprentice or servant; "an indentured servant
indenture
A deed executed between two or more parties, written on parchment with "indents" along the edges
indenture
bind by or as if by indentures, as of an apprentice or servant; "an indentured servant"
indenture
a contract binding one party into the service of another for a specified term
indenture
A formal contract for a bond that specifies maturity, coupon rate, call privileges, and other rights
indenture
A formal agreement between a group of bondholders and a debtor as to the terms of the debt
indenture
A formal agreement between an issuer of bonds and the bondholder The agreement covers such areas as (1) form of the bond, (2) amount of the issue, (3) any property pledged, (4) protective covenants, and (5) any redemption rights or call privileges
indenture
formal agreement between the issuer of bonds and the bondholders as to terms of the debt
indenture
Similar to a contract An agreement between two or more parties, often referring to land
indenture
a concave cut into a surface or edge (as in a coastline)
indenture
(1) A mutual agreement in writing between or among two or more parties whereof usually each party has a counterpart or duplicate; originally so called because the parts were indented by a notched cut or line so that the two parts could be fitted together (2) A legal document prepared in connection with a bond issue describing the terms of the issue, such as a security, maturity date, interest rate, and remedies in case of default
indenture
{f} bind a person in service to another for a specified period of time
indenture
A deed, contract, or sealed agreement between two or more parties A contract by which a person is bound over for services, usually for a stated timeframe
indenture
The legal agreement between the firm issuing the bond and the bondholders, providing the specific terms of the loan agreement
indenture
For debt securities, the contract that specifies all legal obligations of the issuer with respect to the securities and any qualifications or restrictions that may exist The indenture names a trustee which holds the indenture, supervises payments of principal and interest to the security holders, and acts on behalf of the holders in the event of a default or other violation of the indenture's provisions
indenture
To bind by indentures or written contract; as, to indenture an apprentice
indenture
A mutual agreement in writing between two or more parties, whereof each party has usually a counterpart or duplicate; sometimes in the pl
indenture
Formal contract which spells out the specific terms of a bond issue
indenture
To run or wind in and out; to be cut or notched; to indent
indenture
A document, written as duplicates separated by indentations, specifying such a contract
indenture
a short form for indentures of apprenticeship, the contract by which a youth is bound apprentice to a master
indenture
– A deed or contract which may be in the form of a Bond resolution and sets forth the legal obligations of the Issuer with respect to the securities and names a Trustee who holds funds and security under the Indenture, makes payment of principal and interest to the security holders and acts on behalf of the holders in the event of a default
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