Definition of BACK-BOND


BACK-BOND

A bond given by one to a surety, to* indemnify such
surety in
case of loss. In Scotland, a back-bond is an instrument which, in
conjunction with another which gives an absolute disposition, constitutes a
trust. A declaration of trust.


Source: Bouviers Law Dictionary 1856 Edition

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