Article 816. Bond.

In cases stipulated by law or other legal acts, a loan agreement may be concluded by issuing and selling bonds. A bond is a security certificate certifying the right of its holder to receive from the person who issued the bond, within the period specified by it, the nominal value of the bond or other property equivalent. A bond also grants its holder the right to receive a fixed percentage of the par value of the bond or other property rights. The relations between the person who issued the bond and its holder apply the rules of this paragraph insofar as it is not otherwise provided by law or in the procedure established by him.

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References to other articles of chapter 42. Loan and credit:
Article 807. Loan Agreement
Article 808. The form of the loan agreement.
Article 809. Interest on loan agreement.
Article 810. The obligation of the borrower to return the loan amount.
Article 811. Consequences of a breach of a loan agreement by a borrower.
Article 812. Contesting a loan agreement.
Article 813. Consequences of the loss of the collateral obligations of the borrower.
Article 814. Trust Loan.
Article 815. Bill of Exchange.
Article 817. State Loan Agreement.
Article 818. Novation of a debt into a loan obligation.
Article 819. Loan Agreement.
Article 820. The form of the loan agreement.
Article 821. Refusal to provide or receive a loan.
Article 822. Commodity Credit.
Article 823. Commercial Credit.