February 11, 2016
Florida Writ Of Possession Surety Bond

A Florida writ of possession is a common court action that allows the plaintiff to levy the property of the defendant. It is important to understand what Florida judges are looking for when contemplating the decision to accept a bond. Working with a surety bond expert who understands the Florida writ of possession guidelines helps […]

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January 15, 2016
Replevin Bond Is A Common Court Bond

A replevin bond is a common type of surety bond known as a court bond. More specifically as a plaintiff bond. Seizing Property With A Surety Bond When a plaintiff in a case wants to levy, gain possession of the property before a judgment they seek a writ of replevin. The replevin calls for the […]

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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 10, 2015
Types of Surety Bonds

As an attorney, it is necessary to look at the case from all angles. That includes what will happen in the event of a victory and in the chance of defeat. Part of this preparation means reviewing which Types of Surety Bonds may be required on the behalf of the client. Now this, of course, […]

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July 2, 2014
Writ of Possession Bond in California

Two recent trends in California have dramatically altered the landscape of “Landlord/Tenant Relationship”; specifically evictions.  The first is the skyrocketing real estate market.  The second is the rise of ‘room share’ applications like AirBnB and VRBO.  What this means is that there is money to be made and both sides, and owners and renters are […]

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May 20, 2013
California Claim and Delivery Bond

A sad result of the ‘the great recession of 2008’ is that many people fell behind in their auto loans. In the aftermath, many vehicles were repossessed by the crediting institutions. And with the large population and all the car friendly scenery, California has seen a big upswing in the number of automobiles repossessed over […]

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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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April 12, 2013
Replevin Bond in Idaho

A Replevin Bond in Idaho is one of the most common types of surety bonds used by plaintiffs in court cases. Before moving forward in the bond process it’s important to know when replevin actions can be taken and why. Today, our surety bond blog discusses Replevin Bond in Idaho, their requirements, associated costs, and […]

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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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