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Court Surety Bonds

Court bonds can and do vary in price. A general range depends upon the court that is requiring the bond, the judicial proceeding, and the a few other factors. A general range is 1% - 5%. The average is around 3%. Some bonds (Bankruptcy) are much lower. While others (Defendant) bonds are higher and require collateral. The list below are some of the court bonds we have.

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Administrator Bond
An administrator is the person appointed by the court to handle the estate of someone who died without a will. Administrator Bond

Appeal | Supersedeas
A bond required by a court prior to an appeal. Appeal bonds almost always require 100% collateral.

Attachment Bond (Defendant)
When an attachment bond has been issued the defendant may file a discharge or release bond to discharge the attachment. The bond is conditioned for the payment of any judgment that may be rendered against him, with interest.

Attachment Bond (Plaintiff)
The bond is required to be placed by the plaintiff to indemnify to the defendant against loss or damage to the property that was taken in the event that the grounds for taking this property did not exist.

Bankruptcy Bond Bankruptcy
Trustee Bonds provide a guarantee to the beneficiaries of the bankruptcy action that the bonded trustees, appointed in a bankruptcy proceeding, will perform their duties and handle the affairs according to the rulings of the court.

Conservator Bond
A guardian and protector appointed by a judge to protect and manage the financial affairs and/or the person's daily life due to physical or mental limitations or old age.

Cost Bond
A bond filed by a litigant in court. This bond guarantees payment of the court costs.

Executor Bond
This bond is another name for a Probate Bond. The bond, as a rule, is filed in a probate court.

Guardian Bond
A type of court surety bond or fiduciary surety bond that is typically required by a court for the person(s) responsible for handling the fiduciary duties regarding the estate of a minor or someone deceased or incapacitated.

Immigration Bond (ICE) Federal Bond
Immigration bond is a Federal bond. It is the Federal version of a bail bond. This bond is required when someone has been detained and arrested by the bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Injunction or Preliminary Injunction Bond
This bond may be required to guarantee payment to the other party if the court determines the restraining order or injunction was granted in error.

Mechanic’s Lien Bond (Bond to Discharge)
A lien against property may be filed for an amount claimed to be due for labor or materials furnished for the specified property. Pending final determination as to the owner’s liability, the owner may discharge the lien by providing a bond. This bond is to ensure payment of any amount that may be found due to the claimant with interest.

Probate Bond
A bond that guarantees honest accounting and faithful performance of all fiduciary responsibilities by the named administrators, executors, trustees, guardians of the estate. These bonds are usually filed in a probate court.

Replevin Bond (Defendant)
When personal property has been repossessed by replevin, the defendant may regain possession of the property by placing a bond with the court to comply with the court ordered judgment. ***These bonds are difficult to obtain and usually require full collateral.

Replevin Bond (Plaintiff)
Replevin is a legal action to recover property taken or unlawfully detained. A plaintiff may be required to place a bond to guarantee the return of the property where the court orders. The bond also guarantees the payment of all costs and damages awarded to the defendant.

TRO | Injunction Bond
This bond may be required to guarantee payment to the other party if the court determines the restraining order or injunction was granted in error.

Writ of Execution
A writ of execution is a judicial writ directing the enforcement of a district, county, or justice court judgment. The writ typically directs the sheriff or constable to levy on a defendant’s nonexempt property, sell it, and deliver the sale proceeds to the plaintiff to be applied toward satisfaction of the judgment.

Bond Writ of Possession (Claim and Delivery)
The Writ of Possession (Claim and Delivery) directs the Sheriff to seize and store the property for 10 days. If the defendant does not post a redelivery bond, the property is transferred to the plaintiff.

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