Arizona Appeal Bonds
Meeting the requirements for Arizona appeal bonds is important for any appeal case in the state. An appeal can be derailed over appeal bond issues. Jurisco is determined to help clients avoid any negative fallback by making sure they have the Arizona appeal bonds they need.
What is an appeal bond?
An Arizona appeal bond is used by a defendant in a court case when they wish to appeal the court’s ruling. This type of surety bond covers the cost of the appeal, any applicable fees, and other related costs.
Courts in Arizona require appeal bonds to handle the related costs while also ensuring the seriousness of the issue. Appeal bonds can be seen as a way to prove that the defendant isn’t simply stalling for time.
Will an appeal bond stay a judgement?
Arizona appeal bonds cover the cost of the appeal. To stay a judgement until after an appeal a stay bond, also known as a pending appeal bond, must be secured. It is still up to the court’s discretion as to whether or not the stay bond is accepted. Once the surety bond is accepted the judgement will not be enforced until after the appeal is heard.
Are Arizona appeal bonds always required?
In the majority of appeal situations, an appeal bond is required. Arizona surety bond laws restrict and reinforce their use. However, there are instances when the presiding judge can waive the appeal bond requirement. The plaintiff can always contest the need for an appeal bond, too.
The Arizona surety bond professionals at Jurisco find the right surety bond solution for the case. They can help navigate the waters to deliver the best bond possible to meet all requirements.
How much time does it take to secure an Arizona surety bond?
Jurisco delivers same day service for all Arizona appeal bonds. Online surety bond applications are available to begin the process right now. The lawyer-trained staff at Jurisco is fully aware of how important time is when dealing with appeals. Clients can always contact Jurisco to receive for fast, expert surety bond service in every Arizona city.