- refunding bonds
- The replacement of one obligation with another, including the selling of new securities for the purpose of redeeming those outstanding. 43 Am J1st Pub See § 156. Bonds issued in replacement of outstanding bonds, constituting obliga - tions in themselves for what they purport to be on their face and under the statutes pursuant to which they are issued, being organized extensions and continuations of the obligations replaced. Folks v Marion County, 121 Fla 17, 163 So 298, 102 ALR 659. A form of bond given to obtain the release of attached property from the custody of the officer who served the writ but not from the lien of the attachment. 6 Am J2d Attach § 523. Bonds sometimes required of and given by the legatees and distributees of a decedent's estate in order to protect an executor or administrator from loss arising out of a subsequently occurring deficiency of assets. 31 Am J2d Ex & Ad § 556.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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