Definitions

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  • noun A person who makes a pledge of goods or personal property as security.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of pledger.

Etymologies

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pledge +‎ -or

Examples

  • To say that Congress may withdraw or ignore that pledge is to assume that the Constitution contemplates a vain promise, a pledge having no other sanction than the pleasure and convenience of the pledgor.

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  • This does not require any confirmation from the pledgor. xi The pledgor will continue to receive dividend on the pledged securities.

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  • A pledgor's DP alone cannot close the pledge. x If the loan is not repaid, the pledgee, after giving notice to the pledgor as per the terms of the agreement, may instruct its DP to invoke the pledge by submitting the "Pledge Form" with a tick on "Invoke Pledge".

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  • Pledgee may obtain pledge report from its DP and verify creation of pledge. viii After the loan is repaid, the pledgor will instruct its DP to close the pledge by submitting the "Pledge Form" with a tick on "Close Pledge".

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  • If stock is held as collateral se - curity, the list shall state the name and residence of the pledgor and of the pledgee.

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  • The corporation shall give to each pledgor a card inscribed with the name of the corporation, a desig - nation of the article or articles pledged, the name of the pledgor, the amount of the loan, the date when made, the date when payable, the rate of compensation, the page of the book where recorded and a copy of sections eight and nine of this act.

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  • The corporation shall give to each pledgor a card inscribed with the name of the corporation, the article or articles pledged, the name of the pledgor, the amount of the loan, the rate of compensation, the date when made, the date when payable, the page of the book where recorded and a copy of sections eight and nine of this act.

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  • All loans shall be for a time fixed and for Duration of not more than one year, and the mortgagor or pledgor ledemptfou ol property, etc. Acts, 1903. —

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  • Such new certificate shall express on its face that it is held as collateral security, and the name of the pledgor shall be stated thereon, who alone shall be liable as a stockholder, and entitled to vote thereon.

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  • Chap. 415. 357 the article or articles pledged, the name of the pledgor, the amount of the loan, the rate of compensation, the date when the loan is made, the date when it will be payable, the page of the book where it is recorded, and a copy of sections eight and nine of this act.

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