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"More Regarding Bond Research" by One of One - 3/6/18

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"More Regarding Bond Research" by One of One - 3/6/18

Post by Ssmith on Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:57 am

Here are a few more links regarding bond research:





Consider also Corpus Juris Secundum. There are some sites allowing online access...

Law libraries are also good places to do research regarding bonds and notes... I like those at Vanderbilt University (Nashville area; scope is one of the broadest I have seen) and Southern Methodist University (Dallas/Fort Worth area), which are associated with their law schools. You may check with law schools near you and see if you may have access. The law library at Alabama Supreme Court is very good (though not as huge/extensive as Vanderbuilt's), and other state Supreme Court law libraries would likely be as well. I would anticipate that even a small law library would have Corpus Juris Secundum (a type of encyclopedia arranged by topic), and American Jurisprudence... Sometimes, local generic libraries have some very good resources. If you need assistance, librarians are there to help.

You may be aware that "historical bonds" can be somewhat tricky...and have in some instances been associated with fraud schemes. This is no accusation...

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Post by Kevind53 on Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:09 pm

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