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indenture

1. any deed, contract, or sealed agreement between two or more parties
2. (formerly) a deed drawn up in duplicate, each part having correspondingly indented edges for identification and security
3. a contract between an apprentice and his master
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All terms in this addendum will be interpreted as intended by the deed of trust.
We insured a first (refinancing) deed of trust for $425,000, against a new home on Lake Vista Drive in Bonsall, California.
IN RE Tucker (9/20/2010) where a Missouri bankruptcy judge found that the language of the deed of trust clearly authorizes MERS to act on behalf of the lender in serving as the legal title holder.
The 'AA-' rating also incorporates Fitch's understanding of the city's plans to issue additional COPs to construct a $40 million convention center in spring 2006 and to finance other municipal improvement projects in ensuing years under this same deed of trust and related financing documents.
According to the certificate documents, should this merger take place, the groundwater system will remain subject to the lien of the deed of trust for the benefit of certificate holders.
The debentures will mature on June 1, 2008, and are secured by a second lien deed of trust on the Branson facility.
The bonds are additionally secured by a debt service reserve fund and a leasehold deed of trust, granting a mortgage on the EDA's leasehold interest in the courthouse.
As additional security the county will convey the mortgaged property consisting of Winget Park Elementary and Hopewell High School to the deed of trust trustee for the benefit of the Corporation.
The county's payments are subject to annual appropriation and are further secured by a deed of trust granting a first lien on the school facilities benefiting from the improvements to the corporation for the benefit of certificateholders.
of San Diego (OTC pink sheets) announced today that the company has acquired $1,792,000 in deed of trust notes from Advanced Educational Systems Inc.