April 15, 2013
Georgia Court Bonds

Georgia Court Bonds are a matter of importance for both the plaintiff and a defendant of a case. Depending on the details of the case, more than one court bond may be required by either party. A Jurisco surety bond professional will work with you to make sure the necessary bonds are written and ready […]

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April 15, 2013
Administrator Bond in Illinois

Administrator Bond in Illinois are written to protect beneficiaries and creditors of an estate . The fiduciary is mandated by the State and local ordinances often add on to those requirements laid out there-in. Making an administrator bond necessary for personal representatives affects all types of estates whether they are in the big city of […]

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April 15, 2013
Surety Bond Save Ohio Company Million Dollar

A surety bond save Ohio company million dollar($1.2) after a business it was working with declared bankruptcy. United Architectural Metals (UAM) was able to recover the $1.2 million owed by Trainor Glass Company because Trainor used a surety bond. By using a surety to protect the company’s assets, Trainor was able to properly settle their […]

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April 15, 2013
Personal Representative Bond in Michigan

A personal representative bond in Michigan carries a lot of weight with a minimal cost. Think of it as the surety bond that treads lightly but carries a big stick. Personal representative bonds protect the deceased’s assets and heirs fully. Should the administrator misuse funds or cause damage to the estate, the personal representative bond […]

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April 15, 2013
Custodian of Veteran Bond in Texas

Custodian of Veteran bond in Texas work similarly to guardianship bonds in that they oversee the assets of another person. However, the two cannot be interchangeable as the custodian of veteran bond deals solely with veterans of the United States armed forces. While guardianship bonds go through Texas probate court, parties overseeing a veteran’s estate […]

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April 13, 2013
Personal Representative Bond in California

A Personal Representative Bond in California is required to protect the interest of the deceased’s estate, its heirs and those parties who are owed money. The responsibility of a personal representative (commonly referred to as an administrator or executor in California) is taken seriously by the courts. Courts mandate the surety bond as a form […]

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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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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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April 9, 2013
Lis Pendens Bond in Delaware

Lis Pendens Bond in Delaware affects all types of property, even those in foreclosure proceedings. The amount of houses affected by lis pendens has grown so much that ForeclosureData.com has a page dedicated solely to lis pendens listings in Delaware. So why and how does lis pendens affect the sale of a property? Today that’s […]

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