March 29, 2013
Supersedeas Bond in Texas

A supersedeas bond in Texas covers the cost of a money judgment and court fees, in order to stay a judgment during an appeal process. Without using a surety bond, a defendant is required to immediately settle the judgment with the plaintiff. Clients may be hopeful that they will not need the appeal process, some […]

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March 28, 2013
Bad Credit Score Affect Surety Bond Cost

Bad credit score affect surety bond cost including requiring collateral and increasing the bond cost. As more people deal with unpaid credit card bills, past due mortgage payments, and even late car payments, the concern over bad credit is rising. Like job applicants, surety bond applicants may find their credit score doesn’t work in their […]

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March 27, 2013
Florida Lawmaker Want to Cap Appeal Bond Amount

Appeal bonds can be so costly for businesses, So florida lawmaker want to cap appeal bond amount. The cost of an appeal bond is a percentage of the amount of the bond, which is based on the money judgment. When tobacco companies face hundreds of millions of dollars in judgments, the cost for an appeal […]

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March 23, 2013
Georgia Surety Bonds For Plaintiff

Georgia Surety Bonds For Plaintiff are used in a variety of court cases. It's mandatory for both the plaintiff and defendant depending on the situation. It is important to know which bond is necessary. Jurisco assists clients to determine which court bond works best and when it should be used. Today we are going to […]

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March 26, 2012
Executor Bond in Texas

A surety bond definition may not be adequate to understand a bond fully and why it is needed. Take an Executor Bond in Texas for example. Here is a standard surety bond definition: “Personal Representative Bonds, also referred to as Administrator or Executor Bond) guarantee the faithful performance of the Personal Representative in their duties […]

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March 22, 2012
Illinois Appeal Bond

An appeal bond is one of the most common types of surety bonds used by a defendant. In order to stay a judgment and begin the appeal process, the Illinois Appeal Bond require courts, otherwise the judgment must be paid despite the attempt of appeal. For the court to hear arguments for an appeal the […]

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March 21, 2012
How to get an Attachment Bond in California​

A Attachment Bond in California​ is required for plaintiff’s seeking to attachment personal property before a judgment is made. The surety bond covers damages and the full cost of the attachment to protect the defendant from a financial loss. Requirements for bonding vary by California district; meaning Los Angeles may impose a higher bond amount […]

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March 13, 2012
Supersedeas Bonds And Money Judgment Appeals

Money Judgment Appeals are typical across the United States in a variety of circumstances. A plaintiff may seek damages in an automobile accident, loan repayment, or even medical bills. There are also suits where courts award plaintiffs large sums of money, often millions of dollars, for safety hazards, product mishaps, and defamation of character. No […]

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