Based on the representations and alliances and the terms of this URBN US Retail LLC bond purchase agreement, a limited liability company in Pennsylvania (the “buyer”) proposes to purchase from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City (the “issuer”) the aforementioned bonds on the reference date (hereafter defined) in the maximum total capital amount of $403,000,000 (the “bonds” by the issuer), in accordance with Regulation No. September 17, 2020 (the “settlement”) and an indenture trust (the “indenture”) between the issuer and the issuer`s trustee (the “fiduciary”), September 17, 2020 , must be closed, for the most part, in the form attached to Schedule A, with changes that may be acceptable to the parties , the company and the buyer. (the “buyer”) and the City of Reynoldsburg, Ohio (the “issuer”), enter into this bond delivery agreement in October 2015 (this “agreement”) for the purchase of certain bonds by the purchaser from the issuer to be issued by the issuer, as described below. The buyer does not act as a trust for the issuer, but only as a buyer on his own behalf. Based on the insurance and terms of this [closing date] bond purchase agreement, 2014 (the “agreement”), 95Q Corner Properties, LLC, a limited liability company in Kansas (the “original buyer”), proposes: US$1,655,975 in taxable bonds on sales tax revenue, Series 2014 (Quivira 95 Shops Community Improvement District Project) (the “Bonds”), issued by the City of Overland Park, Kansas (the “issuer”), pursuant to a regulation of the issuer`s board of directors on December 15, 2014. and in accordance with an Indenture Trust of [Closing Day], 2014 (the “indenture”), between the issuer and BOKF, N.A.d.b/a Bank of Kansas City, Overland Park, Kansas, a national banking association that is properly organized and established in accordance with the laws of the United States of America, as a trustee (the “trustees”). For all capitalized terms not defined in this agreement, the definitions must be indicated in the register. Bond purchase contracts are generally private securities or small business investment vehicles.