Defendants Appeal Bond
Defendants Appeal Bonds are most typically required by the court when a monitary judgment is awarded and the losing party desires to appeal the courts decision. The surety bond satisfies their requirement to pay while they file a motion to appeal, in effect it stays the winning parties ability to execute on the judgment and proves to the court that the judgment will be honored without false delay.
Also known as a Supersedeas Surety Bond, a Writ of Error Surety Bond, and a Stay of Execution Surety Bond.
Defendants Bond to Discharge/Release of Attachment
Required by the court when the defendant wishes to post a surety bond in place of the property being attached by the plaintiff.
Defendants Bond to Dissolve Injunction
Required by a court when the Defendant wishes to post a surety bond as security to dissolve the injunction when an injunctive order has been awarded to the plaintiff.
Defendants Bond to Recover Property Replevied
Required by a court when a defendants property has been replevied and the defendant wishes to regain possession of said property, during the course of the trial, pending final decision on the merits of the case.
Defendants Bond to Discharge/Release Mechanics Lien
Required in proceedings where one party has placed a lien on the property of another for monies that they feel are due and payable to them, yet remains unpaid.
Defendants Bond of Counter Replevin
A counter replevin bond is required by the court as a guarantee that the defendant will surrender the property, or its equivalent cash value, to the plaintiff should the court rule in the plaintiff’s favor.
Defendants Stay of Execution Bond / Supersedeas Bond
Required by a court to prevent the winning party from executing on a judgment while the losing party files an appeal. Also known as a Defendants Appeal Surety Bond.
Defendants Bond to Discharge/Release Garnishment
Required by a court to discharge or release money or property belonging to the defendant has been attached and is being held in the hands of a third party. This bond may be required before the court will order a release of garnishment. The bond is used as a guarantee that the debt owed will be paid if it is found to be valid.
Defendants Indemnity to Sheriff/Marshall Surety Bond
A Sheriff’s Indemnity Bond protects a law enforcement agency seizing property on behalf of a Defendant from a Plaintiff, should the defendant seek damages against the enforcement agency. The sheriff or marshal can require the party making the request to provide a bond to cover their liability.
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