Yesterday, Maura Dolan of the LA Times published an article on an important legal appeal decision regarding gun ownership. (see full article here: http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-sunnyvale-gun-ordinance-20150305-story.html) Appeals and the appellate court are very important to the surety industry (though not necessarily in ways that relate to the 2nd amendment) and Surety Bonds, specifically Appeal Bonds in California (also known as undertaking bonds or supersedeas bonds) are vital to the efficient working of the appeal process.
For those of you who do not know. If a defendant wishes to appeal a money judgement in civil court, he/she/it(in the case of businesses or corporations) must post an Appeal Bonds in California in order for the court to proceed with the dispute. These 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.
If you, or someone you know is in need of an Appeal Bonds in California or just wishes to learn more, please contact the surety bond experts at Jurisco and one of their friendly staff will be happy to answer any of your questions.