February 17, 2012
California Trustee Bond

Bank of American agreed to pay $187.5M to settle charges in California claiming the bank mishandled bond payments and retained bondholder payments from 1978 to 1995 that should have been returned. California Trustee bond played a role in that decision in that they are surety bonds protecting the trust from any losses sustained by the […]

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February 17, 2012
Garnishment Bond in Florida

Garnishment Bond in Florida are required by courts before a person’s wages, assets, or bank accounts are garnished to cover a past debt. This action may be from a proprietor attempting to collect past debt or from a judgment holder perfecting their judgment. Garnishing a person’s wages is a serious transaction and Florida courts do […]

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February 10, 2012
Types of Court Bonds in Florida

A Court Bonds in Florida may apply to the plaintiff or a defendant depending on the situation. Florida courts deem surety bonds necessary when the court proceedings could result in an unwarranted loss to either party. In Florida, Jurisco surety bond experts can help clients determine which type of court bond is applicable to their […]

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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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January 30, 2012
It’s a New Year for Administration Bonds in Texas

It’s the start of a new year and that means making resolutions, life changes. Life happens quickly and doesn’t last long enough. Building a strong financial estate can seems as it takes long enough, but that hard work can be wasted with the misuse of funds and assets by an Administrator. An Administration Bonds helps […]

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January 23, 2012
Release Lis Pendens Bonds in Foreclosures

Millions of houses faced foreclosure from 2007 through 2011, and real estate analysts believe millions more before the housing crisis is over. One of the hurdles facing foreclosure properties is lis pendens(Release Lis Pendens Bonds Foreclosures). A lis pendens is a legal action blocking the sale of a property. Regardless of a foreclosure filing, the […]

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January 19, 2012
Supersedeas Bond Georgia

Supersedeas bonds are not very popular in Georgia, but they are common. A supersedeas bond only applies if you lose the judgment and, let’s face it, no one wants to lose. The appeal process can turn “losers” into “winners”, though, if the appellant protects the owed money properly. One way to satisfy the court is […]

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