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performance bond

[ per-fawr-muhns bond ]
/ pərˈfɔr məns ˌbɒnd /
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noun
an indemnity agreement or bond, usually issued by a bank or insurance company, to protect against loss due to breach of contract.
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Also called con·tract bond .

Origin of performance bond

First recorded in 1935–40
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British Dictionary definitions for performance bond

performance bond

noun
a bond given by a bank to a third party guaranteeing that if a specified customer fails to fulfil all the terms of a specified contract, the bank will be responsible for any loss sustained by the third party
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