Bonds with a fixed maturity but not subject to prior redemption; bonds that cannot be called for redemption by the issuer (payer or obligor) before maturity. They should not be confused with perpetual bonds or intermediate bonds.
IRREDEEMABLE BOND - A bond lacking a call feature or a right of redemption. Also refers to a perpetual ...
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A bond that does not have a call feature or a redemption privilege. A call feature allows an issuer to redeem the bond before its maturity and a redemption privilege allows a bondholder to redeem the bond before its maturity.
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An "irredeemable bond" (or "perpetual bond" or "consol") is not, strictly speaking, a loan, but only an undertaking to make stipulated and indefinitely continuing fixed interest payments.
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