The Fitch Bond Book Describing the Most Important Bond Issues of the United States and Canada (Google eBook)

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Fitch Publishing Company, Incorporated, 1922 - Bonds
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Page 432 - April 1, 1974, are secured by a mortgage on the entire property of the company now owned or hereafter acquired covering 1,667 miles of road, real estate, etc.
Page 430 - Co., unless provision be made in such new mortgage or deed of trust that the bonds of this issue shall be secured equally and ratably with any other indebtedness secured thereby.
Page 170 - ... purported shift of the Paducah construction to Deena Artware. About October 31, 1949, a few days after the Board issued its order directing, inter alia, that Artware pay back pay, Products and Weiner caused Artware to execute a note to Products in the amount of $75,459.65, payable within five years, and secured by a mortgage on all the real and personal property of Artware, purportedly in return for advances by Products for the construction at Paducah, despite the fact that the construction had...
Page 399 - Bonds not to exceed $25,000 per mile were to be issued to provide means to complete and equip the road, and were to be secured by a first mortgage on all the property of the Company, subject, until default, to the rights of holders of preferred stock in the lands east of the Missouri river.
Page 196 - July, 1061, and to bear interest at five (5) per cent per annum, payable semi-annually and secured by a first mortgage upon all the property of the company: and a hearing having been duly held upon said application before the commission; and it being now the opinion of the commission...
Page 391 - Authorized $250,000,000 *May be issued in series of the same or different date, maturity, interest rate and redemption provisions as may be determined by the Company. Bonds in amounts equal to and for (1) the acquisition or retirement of underlying Bonds; (2) the redemption or retirement of Bonds of another series under the mortgage; and (3) 75% of actual and reasonable expenditures for permanent extensions, enlargements and additions to the plants and the properties, provided that the consolidated...
Page 251 - In equal semiannual installments on January 1 and July 1 of each year, commencing January 1, 1932.
Page 391 - Bonds of another series under the mortgage; and (3) 75% of actual and reasonable expenditures for permanent extensions, enlargements and additions to the plants and the properties, provided that the consolidated net earnings for 12 consecutive calendar months, ending not more than 60 days prior to the application for the issuance of bonds, shall have been not less than...
Page 252 - Council at its meeting in the second week of July, in each year, a report for the year ending on the thirtieth day of June next preceding, which shall show the amount of money received from...
Page 49 - The bonds of 6 per cent, series 1976, will be redeemable as a whole or in part on any interest date at 102 and accrued interest.

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