April 21, 2014
California Reconveyance Bond, Trust Deed Bond, and Deed of Trust Bond

Recently a colleague told me harrowing story about how he was delayed from selling his house due to a bizarre statutory requirement.  How many of you loyal Jurisco Surety Bond blog followers have ever heard of Reconveyance?  Ok,  don’t answer, some of you are probably attorneys or other Surety Bond blog authors.   But for those […]

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April 14, 2014
Ne Exeat Bond in California Family Law Courts

“Simply put, money can be divided but children cannot”  This line, by Jeff Landers on Forbes.com, speaks to the extra layer of difficulty when a divorcing couple have children.  The article, however, speaks more to the extra (extra!) layer of difficulty when one member of the divorcing couple has an international passport.  (see full post […]

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April 15, 2013
Administrator Bond in Illinois

Administrator Bond in Illinois are written to protect beneficiaries and creditors of an estate . The fiduciary is mandated by the State and local ordinances often add on to those requirements laid out there-in. Making an administrator bond necessary for personal representatives affects all types of estates whether they are in the big city of […]

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April 15, 2013
Custodian of Veteran Bond in Texas

Custodian of Veteran bond in Texas work similarly to guardianship bonds in that they oversee the assets of another person. However, the two cannot be interchangeable as the custodian of veteran bond deals solely with veterans of the United States armed forces. While guardianship bonds go through Texas probate court, parties overseeing a veteran’s estate […]

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March 30, 2013
Replevin Bond in California

A Replevin Bond in California may be the only legal action available to a plaintiff in order to levy property before a judgment is made. In order to take this action, California state law requires a plaintiff secure a replevin bond to cover the value of the property, as well as court costs. This surety […]

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March 21, 2012
How to get an Attachment Bond in California​

A Attachment Bond in California​ is required for plaintiff’s seeking to attachment personal property before a judgment is made. The surety bond covers damages and the full cost of the attachment to protect the defendant from a financial loss. Requirements for bonding vary by California district; meaning Los Angeles may impose a higher bond amount […]

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March 12, 2012
Transfer of Lien Bond in Florida

Defendants wishing to transfer a lien from title to a surety bond may do so with a transfer of lien bond in Florida. This court bond applies to most types of property including automobiles and real estate. A lien may be a roadblock between the sale of a house and a few more months on […]

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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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