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Direct Pay Bond

A Taxable Bond that offers a federal Interest subsidy to the Issuer in lieu of the Interest being excludable from federal income tax.

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Indenture or Trust Indenture/Agreement

A contract between an issuer and a trustee under which the issuer issues bonds and specifies their maturities, interest rates, redemption provisions, form, exchange provisions, security and other terms.