April 9, 2013
Lis Pendens Bond in Delaware

Lis Pendens Bond in Delaware affects all types of property, even those in foreclosure proceedings. The amount of houses affected by lis pendens has grown so much that ForeclosureData.com has a page dedicated solely to lis pendens listings in Delaware. So why and how does lis pendens affect the sale of a property? Today that’s […]

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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 23, 2013
Georgia Surety Bonds For Plaintiff

Georgia Surety Bonds For Plaintiff are used in a variety of court cases. It's mandatory for both the plaintiff and defendant depending on the situation. It is important to know which bond is necessary. Jurisco assists clients to determine which court bond works best and when it should be used. Today we are going to […]

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March 22, 2012
Illinois Appeal Bond

An appeal bond is one of the most common types of surety bonds used by a defendant. In order to stay a judgment and begin the appeal process, the Illinois Appeal Bond require courts, otherwise the judgment must be paid despite the attempt of appeal. For the court to hear arguments for an appeal the […]

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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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March 8, 2012
Court Bond Amounts in Georgia

“How much does a court bond cost?” is always one of the first questions we hear at Jurisco. Discussed in several blogs, and throughout the website, we know our clients want to know all the surety bond facts, definition, uses, state guidelines, and price. Today, we will go a little more in depth about court […]

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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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February 23, 2012
Companies Needing A Supersedeas Bond in Georgia

Atlanta, GA is home to Coca-Cola, Georgia-Pacific, Home Depot, Delta Airlines, UPS, and Newell-Rubbermaid. Fortune 500 companies call Atlanta home for its skilled labor, ease of access to major interstates, atmosphere, and quality of life. Family owned businesses, mid size companies and day-to-day entrepreneurs aim to repeat the success of their neighbors making Georgia a […]

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February 20, 2012
Claim and Delivery Bond Tennessee

Surety bonds in Tennessee may cover guardianship duties, injunctions, and stay a judgment during an appeal. Courts mandate surety bonds as a financial safeguard against plaintiff and defendant actions. One common Tennessee plaintiff bond that is mandated for this reason is the claim and delivery bond Tennessee. A claim and delivery bond Tennessee is a […]

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