- Garnishment Bond A surety bond required by statute if the Plaintiff intends to garnish a Defendant’s wages, assets or bank account before a judgment is made. Plaintiff bonds will cover damages should the court rule in favor of the defendant. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Replevin Bond Often referred to as a Sequestration or Claim and Delivery Bond, this is a surety bond required by statute if the plaintiff is seeking to levy property before a judgment.Applications, Rates & More Info
- Indemnity to Sheriff Bond This bond is required to protect a law enforcement agency from damages when seizing property on behalf of a plaintiff. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Distress or Distraint Bond When a plaintiff seeks to remove a commercial tenant, he or she must present to the court a Distress or Distraint Bond guaranteeing the defendant’s compensation should the court rule in favor of the defendant. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Lost Instrument Bond Surety bonds for a bank or lender to show a loss or destroyed financial instrument will not be redeemed. This can include cashier’s checks, stock certificates, mortgage notes and more. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Attachment Bond This surety bond protects the defendant by covering the full cost and damages associated with an attachment proceeding. Surety bond cost varies by state and typically include a provision for interest and court costs. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Cost BondA plaintiff bond that covers court costs when a party attempts to file action within a state without having residence. Not all states require this surety bond however, when they do it normally is under $2,000.Applications, Rates & More Info
- Injunction Bond Protecting the defendant from being wrongfully enjoined, a surety bond covers any damages the defendant may sustain should the court rule the plaintiff’s suit is wrongful. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Lis Pendens Bond Plaintiffs may block the sale of property by using this type of surety bond as a guarantee to the court that the Lis Pendens is not filed in bad faith. Applications, Rates & More Info
- Bid Protest Bond A surety bond most often filed with a government agency to review the validity of an accepted bid on a request for proposal as well as guarantee a bid protest is not wrongful or meant to delay work on the contract. Applications, Rates & More Info
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The lawyer-trained staff at Jurisco understands the urgency related to defendant’s bonds and other civil court surety bonds. Other surety bond companies provide paperwork and hassles, while Jurisco specializes in solutions. Contact us by email, phone or fax to discuss your surety bonding needs today.
Click on the appropriate surety bond application to download the defendant’s bonds form.
Review our surety rates from the rates section, fill out the PDF application form, and submit through your email client.
Jurisco will contact you to confirm receipt of the application then begin work immediately.