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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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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May 6, 2013
Professional Fiduciaries in California

Did you know that in 2007 the California legislature passed into law the Professional Fiduciaries Act and as of January 1st 2009 it became necessary for any fiduciary to be licensed if they were to legally operate in the state. In the legal world a Fiduciary is defined as, “An individual in whom another has […]

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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 22, 2013
E-Filing Surety Bonds in California

Did you know that the electronic filing (E-filing) of certain civil court documents is available (and sometimes mandatory) in counties and judicial districts all over California? Its true. Pursuant to amendments in the California Code of Civil Procedure section 1010.6, civil court documents can be filed easily and efficiently from your office. In Orange County […]

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April 22, 2013
California Appeal Bond

Often times surety bonds are used in cases to protect an enjoined party from wrongful civil actions. These generally fall under the category of plaintiff bonds. However there is also a list of surety bonds used as good faith measures so certain legal actions can be delayed. These are called defendants bonds. Over the coming […]

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April 19, 2013
Writ of Attachment Bond in California

There are many reasons why a plaintiff would seek a prejudgment Writ of Attachment Bond in a civil proceeding; and there are valid reasons why seeking to attach in a civil proceeding is not a good tactic. California has strict statutory regulations regarding a claimant seeking to attach so it is important to weigh the […]

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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
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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