Jurisco handles appeal / supersedeas bonds in every state
Download an appeal bond or supersedeas bond application via pdf. You may also use the contact form below to get started.
Defendants bonds require full collateral in the amount of the bond. Cashier’s Check or Irrevocable Letter of Credit accepted. Exceptions can be made for large publicly traded corporations or Insurance companies.
Premium amount is 1% with collateral or 2% without collateral.
Minimum of $250.
Bond amount will be set by state statute.
Florida requires two years of statutory interest to be added to the bond amount.
Jurisco offers appeal bond and supersedeas bond services in every state. Contact Jurisco to learn about your local state requirements.
Appeal Bond / Supersedeas Bond Definition
An appeal bond, also known as a supersedeas bond, is required by the courts before the filing of an appeal. This defendant bond guarantees the appealing party will satisfy the judgement if required.
Bond amounts vary by state and typically includes a provision for interest and court costs.
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