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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April 13, 2013
Personal Representative Bond in California

A Personal Representative Bond in California is required to protect the interest of the deceased’s estate, its heirs and those parties who are owed money. The responsibility of a personal representative (commonly referred to as an administrator or executor in California) is taken seriously by the courts. Courts mandate the surety bond as a form […]

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April 12, 2013
Replevin Bond in Idaho

A Replevin Bond in Idaho is one of the most common types of surety bonds used by plaintiffs in court cases. Before moving forward in the bond process it’s important to know when replevin actions can be taken and why. Today, our surety bond blog discusses Replevin Bond in Idaho, their requirements, associated costs, and […]

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March 28, 2013
Bad Credit Score Affect Surety Bond Cost

Bad credit score affect surety bond cost including requiring collateral and increasing the bond cost. As more people deal with unpaid credit card bills, past due mortgage payments, and even late car payments, the concern over bad credit is rising. Like job applicants, surety bond applicants may find their credit score doesn’t work in their […]

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March 27, 2013
Florida Lawmaker Want to Cap Appeal Bond Amount

Appeal bonds can be so costly for businesses, So florida lawmaker want to cap appeal bond amount. The cost of an appeal bond is a percentage of the amount of the bond, which is based on the money judgment. When tobacco companies face hundreds of millions of dollars in judgments, the cost for an appeal […]

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February 24, 2012
Distress or Distraint Bond in California

The ripple effects of the Great Recession remain with high rates of unemployment, foreclosures and businesses closing in California. When businesses decline, their bills start going unpaid. One of those bills left unpaid may be the rent on commercial property. Like tenants in an apartment complex, the proprietor can evict a business for unpaid rents. […]

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