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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August 19, 2015
When Is An Attachment Bond Necessary?

The judicial action of attachment may not always be the most desirable course but sometimes it’s what it takes to achieve the wanted end result. In former years the courts were more lax about attachment proceedings. After years of wrongful seizure of property the courts now hold the action to a higher standing and expect […]

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July 29, 2015
What To Know About A Garnishment Bond In California

To collect on a debt a debtor’s wages can be garnished in the state of California. This can happen in a range of cases including past due utility bills to civil suits over broken contracts. It is common for landlords to garnish a tenant’s accounts to collect back rent. The courts are accepting of the […]

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July 2, 2015
Lis Pendens Bond In Real Estate

A lis pendens bond is a type of surety bond required of a plaintiff that is attempting to block the sale of property. Some cases such as divorce often hinge around property. In the event the defendant is attempting to sale the property before the court proceedings finish the plaintiff can step in and demand […]

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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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April 29, 2013
Why do Surety Bonds Require Collateral?

In a previous post, we explored the topic of defendants bonds and appeal bonds in particular. In upcoming posts we will define in more detail other kinds of defendants bonds. For this post, however, the surety bond experts at Jurisco will be answering the question that many attorneys ask when they are required to procure […]

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April 15, 2013
California Surety Bonds

Plaintiffs involved in court cases in California must be aware of all their surety bond requirements. Today, our surety bond blog will discuss a few types of plaintiff bonds in California. A plaintiff may be required to have any combination of the following court bonds: replevin, garnishment, attachment, sheriff indemnity, corporate undertaking, receiver/assignee, bid protest, […]

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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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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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