February 3, 2016
The Supersedeas Bond Washington Case

A Washington supersedeas bond is an appeal bond used to postpone payment of a judgment. Meeting the supersedeas bond Washington requirements is the only way a defendant can delay payment. Supersedeas bonds are accepted in almost every state. The guidelines for surety bonds are very similar state-to-state. However, it is important to be aware of differences. […]

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February 2, 2016
Supersedeas Bond Illinois Requirements

A defendant benefits from using a supersedeas bond while seeking an appeal in Illinois. The only way to reap these rewards, however, is to know all the supersedeas bond Illinois requirements. Supersedeas Surety Bond Basics Court surety bonds are a great way to gain protection. Illinois courts readily accept surety bonds because bonds support both […]

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February 2, 2016
Supersedeas Bond California

Perhaps one of the most common types of surety bonds in California is a supersedeas bond. When a defendant seeks an appeal they typically meet the supersedeas bond California mandate first. Securing a supersedeas bond makes the appeal process easier to navigate. This supersedeas bond California rule allows the payment of a judgment to be […]

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September 2, 2015
When A New York Business Needs An Appeal Bond

One of the risks all businesses face is facing a lawsuit that could harm their ability to operate. Bars and nightclubs and New York deal with lawsuits not only as a risk but essentially an inevitably if they operate long enough. These lawsuits can come with a hefty price. A recourse a business may have […]

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March 5, 2015
Appeal Bonds in California

Yesterday, Maura Dolan of the LA Times published an article on an important legal appeal decision regarding gun ownership. (see full article here: http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-sunnyvale-gun-ordinance-20150305-story.html)  Appeals and the appellate court are very important to the surety industry (though not necessarily in ways that relate to the 2nd amendment) and Surety Bonds, specifically Appeal Bonds in California […]

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June 24, 2013
Double up on Collateral for Lien Bonds in California

In previous articles the bond experts at Jurisco explained why collateral is a necessity in the surety bond industry. To quickly summarize: collateral is required on almost all defendant bonds applicants are appealing a money judgement or court action of some kind. Full collateral of the contested amount is required to provide adequate ‘good faith’ […]

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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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April 15, 2013
Florida Defendant Bonds

Court bonds are used either by the defendant or plaintiff in a case. Plaintiff bonds usually involve starting an action and defendant bonds aim to stop the action. Today our blog focuses on types of bonds a defendant may wish to use in Florida. Supersedeas A supersedeas bond is used after the Florida court has […]

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April 10, 2013
Appeal Bond in Mississippi

An Appeal Bond in Mississippi, like other types of surety bonds, is part of the pre-trial planning. Attorneys know that planning for an appeal bond doesn’t happen the day of the verdict, but weeks, if not months, beforehand. When presenting a case, the plaintiff and defendant can only do so much. The final judgment rests […]

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