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Bond Certificate

The document that states the bond issuer’s name, par value, contract or interest rate, maturity and all other relevant data is known as a bond certificate. A bond is a written guarantee or promise to pay a certain amount as the par value of the bond along with interest at an annual interest rate. Thus, a bond is considered as a short or long term liability for a corporation.

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