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What does “par value of shares” mean?

Par Value is a bond’s face value or a stock’s as stated in its formation documents. Par value is more important for bonds than it is for shares, because of its maturity date. Shares typically have nominal or no par value (e.g., 1 cent per share).

Source: The Startup Dictionary | LawTrades

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