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Definition of 'Call Provision'
A provision on a bond that gives the issuer the right to repurchase and retire the bonds. There is a time line under which the bond can be called and the price to be paid and any accrued interest. This is a call provision. Callable bonds will typically pay a higher yield than non-callable bonds.