Supersedeas/ Appeal Bond
Required by statute for the appeal of a money judgment, surety bonds guarantee the judgment will be satisfied along with court costs. Surety bond cost varies by state but usually includes a provision for interest.
Counter Replevin Bond
Defendants wishing to regain possession of levied property may use a surety bond to convince the court the property will be returned if the original replevin is upheld. This is required by the court to protect the interest of the plaintiff.
Stay (Pending Appeal) Bond
A necessary step when a defendant wishes to stop the collection of a judgment before an appeal. Courts require surety bonds to guarantee the judgment will be paid along with any damages and to deter the defendant from making frivolous appeals.
Transfer of Lien Bond
Defendants employ this type of surety bond when they want to release a lien on property and replace it with a bond. Most often used for mechanics lien on real property, automobiles or admiralty, this surety bond typically includes court costs and interest.
Release of Lis Pendens Bond
A Release of Lis Pendens Bond is recourse for a defendant who wants to sell property and is faced with legal roadblocks from a plaintiff’s Lis Pendens. Courts require surety bonds to guarantee the plaintiff will be satisfied if the original Lis Pendens is upheld.
Get in touch with lawyer-trained staff at Jurisco now.
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.