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July 16, 2015
Transfer Of Lien Bond In Washington

In a temperamental real estate environment Washington court’s understand how fragile making a sale can be which is why they allow property liens to be handled with a surety bond. The transfer of lien bond in the state of Washington allows people to go through with a sale of the property while still respecting any […]

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July 15, 2015
Purposes Of A Mortgage Broker Bond in California

Jumping into the real estate workforce continues to be an appealing idea for people at various spots of their careers. Not only is becoming a mortgage broker out of college a good move it is also attractive when switching careers, as well. People who generally enter this line of work have a knack for working […]

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July 10, 2015
Protecting Veterans With A Custodian Of Veteran Bond

With another July 4th celebration in the books many people are reflecting on what makes a country’s freedom possible. For America, the service of men and women in the military has always been a staple. While the world continues to battle for peace it can be difficult to see an after picture. The picture of […]

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July 10, 2015
When Eviction Calls For A Distress Bond

Landlords who feel the only solution left is to evict a commercial renter must take the appropriate steps to protect themselves and the tenant before following through with the eviction. In most situations a court will require the plaintiff to secure a distress bond. By submitting this bond to the court the landlord is showing […]

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July 2, 2015
Lis Pendens Bond In Real Estate

A lis pendens bond is a type of surety bond required of a plaintiff that is attempting to block the sale of property. Some cases such as divorce often hinge around property. In the event the defendant is attempting to sale the property before the court proceedings finish the plaintiff can step in and demand […]

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July 1, 2015
What is a Replevin Bond in California

Cases concerning property are likely to concern bonds as well. One plaintiff bond that is often required is a replevin bond which is called into play when the defendant is being asked to relinquish control of property (i.e. vehicle, art, a house). A judge requires this sequestration to cover any damages the defendant may incur […]

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June 26, 2015
Required Administrator Bond in Oregon

Oregon courts are going to require an administrator bond for the administrator of an estate. This type of surety bond establishes protection for the estate, heirs, and those who are owed any money. Without this type of probate bond there would be limited recourse for those wrongfully done by the administrator of the estate. Often […]

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June 25, 2015
Appeal Bonds in Washington

When a defendant is faced with a money judgement one of the first things may try to do is stay the judgement while their appeal process goes through. In order for a court to stay the judgment, the defendant has to show the court good faith that the plaintiff will not suffer any unnecessary hardship. […]

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June 19, 2015
Probate Bonds Required In Washington

The state of Washington may require a person or company take out a probate bonds should that person or company be in charge of a person’s estate, will, or trust. Even if the court does not specifically require a surety bond, the person or company charged with overseeing another’s assets may want to take that […]

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