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How can I take my code below and when there's no OrganizationalType  return this

<OrganizationalType  Type="NOType"/>

Instead of this
<OrganizationalType />
Select blah...blah...blah...,
debtOrganizationalType 'Debtors/Names/IndividualName/OrganizationalType'  
from  
   research.dbo.r_data_ucc where debtLastName Like 'B%'  
for xml path('Record'

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Select blah...blah...blah...,
isnull(debtOrganizationalType, 'NOType') 'Debtors/Names/IndividualName/OrganizationalType'  
from  
   research.dbo.r_data_ucc where debtLastName Like 'B%'  
for xml path('Record'
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by:lrbrister
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derekkromm
That returns
<OrganizationalType>NOType</OrganizationalType>

I need
<OrganizationalType  Type="NOType"/>

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isnull(debtOrganizationalType, 'NOType') 'Debtors/Names/IndividualName/OrganizationalType/@Type'  
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YEAH!
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