What is an Attachment Bond?

An Attachment Bond is a surety bond which guarantees the full costs and damages associated with an attachment proceeding. In the event the court rules the attachment to be wrongful, these surety bonds protect the defendant against a loss. The bond amount varies by state but usually includes a provision for interest and court costs.

Bond Premiums and Bond Amounts:

Premium is 1% of the bond amount. Minimum of $100.

Bond amount will be twice (2x) the debt demanded.

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When Do You Use An Attachment Bond?

Before an attachment of property can proceed, the plaintiff must cover the action with a surety bond. This means a bond will be used before a judgment is made. The attachment bond protects the defendant against a financial loss should the court later rule the attachment was wrongful.

How Can An Attachment Be Wrongful?

There are different circumstances where an attachment can be deemed wrongful by a court. Only certain types of property can be attached, so if the plaintiff is outside these guidelines the attachment is wrongful and the surety bond will cover the damage. Another situation may be if the property is located outside the jurisdiction of the bond. For example, a California attachment bond can only be used for property in California. Jurisco can review these scenarios and others with you before writing the bond.


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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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