Surety Bond Articles

Blogs about the various types of surety bonds that Jurisco provides
February 10, 2012
Types of Court Bonds in Florida

A Court Bonds in Florida may apply to the plaintiff or a defendant depending on the situation. Florida courts deem surety bonds necessary when the court proceedings could result in an unwarranted loss to either party. In Florida, Jurisco surety bond experts can help clients determine which type of court bond is applicable to their […]

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February 9, 2012
Indemnity Sheriff Bond Indiana

Indiana law requires a member of law enforcement to have an official order of possession or writ of execution before repossessing property. The state also mandates a plaintiff to protect law enforcement in this action with an Indemnity Sheriff bond Indiana. Without this surety bond, an Indiana sheriff’s department would be vulnerable to a lawsuit […]

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February 9, 2012
All Our Court Bond Applications Online

The digital age makes things easier and more convenient including court bond applications. Jurisco strives to keep our surety bond application process straightforward and efficient that’s why we make all our Court Bond Applications Online. Clients may fill out surety bond applications for executor bonds, probate bonds and fiduciary bonds on the bond application page. […]

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February 8, 2012
Appeal Bonds in Montana

Montana nears the top of the list for adventurers wanting to explore open spaces and look up at endless skies. It is unlikely that Montana tops the list when appeal bonds come to mind. However, an appeal bond may be necessary in the Treasure State even with its mountain scenery. Today, Jurisco discusses appeal bonds […]

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January 31, 2012
Types of Fiduciary Bonds in Georgia

The term fiduciary bond covers judicial bonds guaranteeing the duties by a fiduciary (a person entrusted with property and/or power for the benefit of another person, estate). In Georgia, there is a variety of fiduciary bonds. Today, the Jurisco surety bond blog covers four common fiduciary bonds in Georgia: guardianship bond, executor bond, trustee bond, […]

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January 30, 2012
Release of Lis Pendens Bonds in California

As part of the series to explain how surety bonds work in different states, today we look at Release of Lis Pendens bonds in California. Florida is the “Sunshine State” but you’d be hard pressed to find a sunless day in California. Fortunately, the sunny disposition in California allows an easy process to file a […]

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January 30, 2012
It’s a New Year for Administration Bonds in Texas

It’s the start of a new year and that means making resolutions, life changes. Life happens quickly and doesn’t last long enough. Building a strong financial estate can seems as it takes long enough, but that hard work can be wasted with the misuse of funds and assets by an Administrator. An Administration Bonds helps […]

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January 27, 2012
Georgia Surety Bond For Driver Education

As of January 1, driver training schools will see a $7,500 increase on their Georgia Surety Bond requirement. The new law applies to all driver training schools, even those certified before January 1, 2012. The Georgia General Assembly amended the surety bond legislation in July 2011 with House Bill 269, increasing the surety bond requirement […]

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January 26, 2012
Executor Bond Illinois

Probate bonds may vary state-to-state making it difficult to know what the state mandates and requires. To help make fiduciary bonds more understandable, Jurisco is putting together series of blog posts related to court bonds and state requirements. Today we delve into Executor Bond Illinois. What is an Executor Bond and who needs it? Executors, […]

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