February 3, 2016
Controlling Bonding Cost

Bonding cost is also a factor when anyone needs a surety bond. Whether a defendant in a case or a business requiring a license and permit, bonding cost is important. Jurisco works with clients to deliver the best surety bond rate possible to control bonding cost. When A Business Needs A Bond Businesses are always […]

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July 23, 2015
Curator Bond In Oregon

One of the aims of the court in Oregon is to protect the vulnerable. When the situation arises that a minor needs to be looked after the court will step in to ensure things are handled properly. If an estate is involved they may go as far as to require a curator bond to protect […]

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March 12, 2012
Transfer of Lien Bond in Florida

Defendants wishing to transfer a lien from title to a surety bond may do so with a transfer of lien bond in Florida. This court bond applies to most types of property including automobiles and real estate. A lien may be a roadblock between the sale of a house and a few more months on […]

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March 8, 2012
Court Bond Amounts in Georgia

“How much does a court bond cost?” is always one of the first questions we hear at Jurisco. Discussed in several blogs, and throughout the website, we know our clients want to know all the surety bond facts, definition, uses, state guidelines, and price. Today, we will go a little more in depth about court […]

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February 24, 2012
Distress or Distraint Bond in California

The ripple effects of the Great Recession remain with high rates of unemployment, foreclosures and businesses closing in California. When businesses decline, their bills start going unpaid. One of those bills left unpaid may be the rent on commercial property. Like tenants in an apartment complex, the proprietor can evict a business for unpaid rents. […]

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February 22, 2012
New York Fiduciary Bonds

New York fiduciary bonds cover a wide range of responsibility, but usually stem from the need to protect one person’s assets from the misuse of another person. New York Fiduciary bonds are required courts to cover the actions of a guardian or fiduciary acting on the behalf of a ward or a deceased individual. Surety […]

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February 21, 2012
Injunction Bond in Illinois

A home is for sale in Illinois and a potential buyer is ready to close the deal. What could go wrong? Well, let’s say a divorced couple is fighting for ownership of that property and only one party is selling the house. Now the deal does not seem as sweet. This type of situation where […]

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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 8, 2012
Appeal Bonds in Montana

Montana nears the top of the list for adventurers wanting to explore open spaces and look up at endless skies. It is unlikely that Montana tops the list when appeal bonds come to mind. However, an appeal bond may be necessary in the Treasure State even with its mountain scenery. Today, Jurisco discusses appeal bonds […]

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