Ex-Legal

Municipal bonds that are delivered without a legal opinion from a bond law firm.

Most bonds have the legal opinion of a bond law firm printed directly on them. An investor should approach ex-legal bonds with a greater level of caution because of their lack of explicit legal endorsement.


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