As a general rule, borrowing is used for bond issuers and bondholders. It defines the important characteristics of a loan, such as the maturity date. B, the date of interest payment, the method of calculating interest, the appeal and, if applicable, the convertible characteristics. A bond withdrawal also includes all the conditions applicable to the issuance of bonds. Other important information contained in the register are the financial obligations that govern the issuer and the formulas for calculating whether the issuer is within the liabilities (usually, based on the company`s accounts). In the event of a conflict between issuers and bondholders, recovery is the reference document used to resolve the dispute. Although other evidence indicates that the method has been used since about 1000, the first examples preserved in England date back to the 13th century. These are military service agreements that prove that there was a paid contract army at the time.  Henry V`s recordings of the French campaign of 1415 (Agincourt campaign), including the praises of all army captains who agreed to indicate a certain number of men and at what cost, can still be read.
 The move has often been used as a form of sealed contract or agreement for land and buildings. An example of this use can be found in the National Archives, where an entrance dating from the 1401s, which records the transmission of Pinley Manor, Warwickshire, takes place.  The entry term first describes guaranteed contracts and has several applications in U.S. law. In the simplest of castes is an intrusion contract that explains the benefits and obligations between two or more parties. In bankruptcy law, for example, it is a mortgage or an act of trust that constitutes a debt against a debtor. The use of trespassing is most common in the bond market. Before issuing a loan, the issuer makes a legally binding withdrawal that regulates all the terms of the loan. Finally, the concept of intrusion has a shameful place in the work history of the United States. The servants of the 17th and 18th centuries were usually European workers who committed to do work for a number of years in exchange for a passage to the American colonies, as well as rooms and food.