a general reference to a slug of debt that is “lower” in the Capital Structure than other debt. For example, if a company has both Senior Subordinated Notes and Senior Notes, the Senior Subordinated Notes are “junior,” even though the word “senior” appears on the cover of the Indenture because those holders have agreed to be Subordinated in right of payment to the Senior Notes. Compare Senior Debt.
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