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EXPIRATION DATE Definition
EXPIRATION DATE is the date on which something; e.g. a security or bond offering, warranty or license; is no longer valid or in effect.
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BULL MARKET is a period of rising share prices; an optimistic state of affairs.
RECOURSE NOTE is a note where the default may result in loss of collateral and also personal suit and judgment. Most notes are recourse notes.