bearer bond

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bearer bond (plural bearer bonds)

  1. (law) A negotiable loan instrument payable to its holder (bearer) by the issuer according to preset conditions. The owner must safeguard bearer bonds to prevent loss; interest is usually paid by coupon redemptions.

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