February 11, 2016
Court Definition Of Surety Bond

The definition of surety bond must be satisfied by a defendant or plaintiff. Whichever party is seeking to secure a surety bond to cover their actions, the court expects all mandates are covered.  Working with a surety bond expert ensures the right surety bond is used. Understanding the Definition of Surety Bond A definition of […]

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July 31, 2015
Stay Bond In Nevada

Once a money judgement has been made against a defendant there are three possible moves to make: 1) accept the ruling and pay the judgement, 2) appeal the ruling and pay the judgement, or 3) appeal the ruling and stay the judgement using a Stay Bond until the appeal process is finished. Staying the judgement […]

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December 3, 2013
Changes to Mechanics Lien law in California

On July 1st, 2012 a number of significant changes to Mechanics Lien Law in California went into effect. It is hard to gauge exactly how much impact these changes have had lien filings in California. A recent article By Carlos Rico in The Daily Transcript postulates that there haven’t been a significant rise or fall […]

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December 3, 2013
Transfer Release of Lien Bond in California

It is difficult to sell a house or other realproperty if you have if you don’t own the title outright. And if there is a lien on the your property it can seem impossible. In reality, however, a property lien doesn’t have to be be a dead end to a sale. There are legal products […]

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May 13, 2013
Appeal Bond vs. Cash Deposit with the Court

Last week I read a great post from Jurisco friend, and appellate law expert Benjamin Shatz, regarding updated rules on posting collateral in an civil appeal action(Appeal Bond vs. Cash Deposit with the Court).  Article.   In Civil Cases when an appeal bond is statutorily required, or deemed necessary by the judge, the principle has […]

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April 16, 2013
Supersedeas Bond in Florida

Supersedeas bond in Florida, as those who have been reading the Jurisco surety bond blog regularly will know, is one of the most common type of surety bonds. We have discussed the supersedeas bond topic often, focusing on state requirements, bond cost, differing local mandates, and the general necessity of the court bond. This is […]

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February 16, 2012
Appeal Bond Cost in Pennsylvania

A defendant wishing to appeal a money judgment is required to post an appeal bond before the appeal is heard by the Pennsylvania courts. An appeal bond is a surety bond covering the full worth of the money judgment as well as court costs. Without this bond, the court system would have its time wasted […]

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