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Bond of Indemnity
Source: Encyclopedia of Banking & Finance (9h Edition) by Charles J Woelfel
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A written instrument in which the signer, the bondsman, guarantees to protect another party against loss.  It is usually used in securing a corporation against loss in the case of presentment in the future of a security lost by the owner and reissued by it.  It is also used to protect the drawee bank when the drawer issues a stop-payment order against a certified check.  

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