redelivery bond

Same as delivery bond.

Ballentine's law dictionary. . 1998.

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  • bond — A certificate or evidence of a debt on which the issuing company or governmental body promises to pay the bondholders a specified amount of interest for a specified length of time, and to repay the loan on the expiration date. A long term debt… …   Black's law dictionary

  • bond — A certificate or evidence of a debt on which the issuing company or governmental body promises to pay the bondholders a specified amount of interest for a specified length of time, and to repay the loan on the expiration date. A long term debt… …   Black's law dictionary

  • redelivery — A second delivery of a deed which was invalid on the first delivery, after the cause of invalidity has been removed. 23 Am J2d Deeds § 87. The return of a property seized in replevin to the defendant upon his giving a redelivery bond. 46 Am J1st… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • delivery bond — A bond, otherwise known as a forthcoming bond or a redelivery bond, given by the defendant in an action aided by attachment, in obtaining the release of the attached property from the custody of the officer who seized it under the writ of… …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • counter-bond — A bond given to indemnify a surety. See redelivery bond …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • warehouse bond — noun : a bond for the safe custody and redelivery of stored goods upon surrender of the warehouse receipt …   Useful english dictionary

  • pledges to restore — The sureties on a defendant s redelivery bond in an action of replevin …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Security (finance) — This article is about the negotiable instrument. For the legal right given to a creditor by a borrower, see Security interest. Securities Securities Bond …   Wikipedia

  • replevin — re·plev·in 1 /ri ple vən/ n [Anglo French replevine, from replevir to give security, from Old French, to give security for, from re back + plevir to pledge]: an action originating in common law and now largely codified by which a plaintiff having …   Law dictionary

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