August 1, 2016
Help With Mechanic Lien Texas Situations

Dealing with a mechanic lien in Texas doesn’t have to be a hassle. Using a surety bond can sidestep a lot of troubles that mechanic liens cause. Working with a surety bond expert provides an easy way to take care of mechanic lien Texas situations quickly. What Does A Mechanic’s Lien Mean? A mechanic’s lien […]

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December 8, 2015
Uses of Writ of Attachment Texas Bond

Are you involved in a case where someone owes you money and need a way to protect payment? A writ of attachment Texas surety bond helps. A writ of attachment Texas surety bond is used in several types of situations including property securement, ensuring someone testifies in court, and helping parents regain possession of their […]

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September 10, 2015
Texas Garnishment Bond And Wage Attachment Restrictions

Garnishing wages in the state of Texas can be more difficult than in other areas of the country. While every state must abide by Federal Law, Texas is one of the few states where the garnishment restrictions are even tougher at the state level. Before garnishing a person’s wages it is important to know what […]

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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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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 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 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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March 12, 2012
How to Choose Best Surety Bond Company

Choose Best Surety Bond Company isn’t a decision taken lightly. As a nationwide surety bond provider, Jurisco knows firsthand that it doesn’t matter which state you are in, people want a qualified bonding company. Courts from California to Georgia, and all the states in between, require surety bonds to protect defendants, plaintiffs and even beneficiaries […]

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February 29, 2012
License and permit bonds in Texas

License and permit bonds in Texas cover a range of activity including selling airline tickets, facilitating the purchase of a yacht and handling the mortgage of a home. Today, Jurisco’s surety bond blog reviews three common types of license and permit bonds in Texas: mobile home installer/dealer bond, title agency surety and fidelity bond, and […]

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