What is a Transfer of Lien Bond?

A Transfer of Lien Bond releases a lien from the property and replaces it with a bond to guarantee satisfaction if the court upholds the liens merit.

Bond Premiums and Bond Amounts:

Defendants bonds require full collateral in the amount of the bond. We only accept Cashier’s Check or Irrevocable Letter of Credit. Exceptions can be made for large publicly traded corporations or Insurance companies.

Premium amount is 1% with collateral or 2% without collateral. Minimum of $250.

Bond amount will be set by state statute.

Florida requires three years of statutory interest plus 25% or $1000 (whichever is greater) to be added to the lien amount.

Download Application: Transfer of Lien Bond

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When is a Transfer of Lien Bond Used Most Often?

A Transfer of Lien Bond can apply to many types of property including a mechanics lien on real property, automobiles or admiralty. The defendant’s bond amount varies by state but usually includes a provision for interest and court costs.


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Our application process is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Simply click on the appeal bond application, fill it out, email it to us with the required court documents and it’s done. Through our years of hands on experience, Jurisco understands that efficiency is imperative in the court system. We want you to have what you need, when you need it. Let’s start the process now.

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