May 30, 2022
Need A California Auctioneer License Bond?

Jurisco Offers Low California Surety Bond Rates A California auctioneer license bond is required for any business operating an auctioneer service. Failure to secure this type of surety bond may result in fines and legal action.  Jurisco helps auctioneers in California be properly bonded and protected as they operate their business. If at any point […]

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October 27, 2015
Distress Bond In California

Commercial property can be a good investment, but it is not without its problems. One of the biggest challenges facing commercial property owners who are landlords is the inevitable eviction of a tenant. There can be several reasons for the eviction ranging from changes in the market to people not paying for months on end. […]

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September 24, 2015
The Rite Aid Case Seeks An Appeal Bond

Have you heard the latest in the Rite Aid case going on in California? Rite Aid is in need of an appeal bond as a Los Angeles County Superior Court denied the company’s post-trial motions to strike down the $8.7 million jury verdict awarded to a former employee. While Rite Aid attempts to circle the […]

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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 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 17, 2015
Do You Need A Guardianship Bond In California?

It’s in the news and minds of people who are realizing just how many Senior Citizens are going hungry and losing their homes in this country. As presidential hopeful Senator Bernie Sanders described it, the fact that senior citizens are going without daily meals or medicines should be a concern to everyone as it is a […]

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June 8, 2015
Explain Surety Bonds

Perhaps one of the best ways to explain surety bonds is thinking of it as a sort of insurance policy. Should anything go awry in a legal case or proceeding, a surety bond is the net that catches the downfall, insuring plaintiffs and defendants do not lose money, property, and the like without any recourse. […]

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May 8, 2015
Release of Mechanic's Lien California

Section 8242 of the California Civil Code deals with the surety bond requirements and procedure for releasing of real property from a claim of lien.  The bond in this case is referred to as a Release of Lien bond or, simply, a Mechanic’s lien bond.    Generally, liens are filed against real property by a contractor […]

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April 29, 2015
Starbucks and Injunction Bonds in California

In 2014 Starbucks filed suit in California seeking to have a preliminary Injunction levied against Howard Heller, the owner of both Specialty Coffees International and Cafe Nu International, for (among other claims) trademark infringement. (Details of the case can be found: here) The defendant failed to answer the complaint and the judge granted the preliminary […]

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