What Is The Bond Purchase Agreement

Bond purchase contracts are usually private securities or investment vehicles issued by small companies. These securities are not intended for sale to the general public, but are sold directly to underwriters. In addition, bond contracts may be exempt from SEC registration requirements. A bond purchase agreement (EPS) is a legally binding document between a bond issuer and a underwriter that sets out the terms of a bond sale. The terms of a bond purchase agreement include, but are not limited to, terms of sale such as the sale price, the interest rate on the bonds, the duration of the bond, the provisions relating to the repayment of the bonds, the provisions relating to declining funds and the conditions under which the contract may be terminated. The organization listed below agrees to purchase a set of Fidelity bonds to use as a job placement tool to help former offenders and other vulnerable candidates obtain employment. Based on the representations and commitments and terms contained in this Bond Purchase Agreement, URBN US Retail LLC, a Pennsylvania limited liability company (the “Purchaser”), offers to purchase from the Unified Government of Wyandotte/Kansas City County, Kansas (the “Issuer”) the above Notes on the closing date (defined below) for a maximum total nominal amount of $403,000,000 (the “Notes”). by the issuer gradually in Regulation No. .