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A Bail Bond is a type of surety bond that allows a defendant to regain freedom before they appear in court.

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What is a conservatorship bond, who needs one, and why having one is important.

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A fiduciary bond, also known as a probate bond, is a type of court bond that guarantees that the fiduciary will execute his/her court-appointed duties faithfully and honestly. The bond protects against fraud, embezzlement, or dishonest acts carried out by a fiduciary.

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A probate bond is a type of court bond that ensures the wishes of a deceased person are carried out ethically and honestly. These bonds promise faithful performance of a duty.

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Everything you need to know about viatical settlements in Montana, and how to get licensed as a Montana Viatical Settlement Provider.

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Rate Refunding Bonds are a type of surety bond used by utility companies that are planning on increasing their rates. Utility companies can increase their rates without approval if they first furnish a Rate Refunding Bond.

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If you purchase a Probate Bond, you do not get the money back that you paid for the bond. Period.

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The main difference between the two is a Judicial Bond promises payment of a sum of money, while a Fiduciary Bond only promises faithful and honest performance of a duty.

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A writ of certiorari is a way to have a higher court review the outcome of a lower court's proceedings. Often times a Writ of Certiorari Bond is required.

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A condemnation bond is a type of surety bond that guarantees payment to a private property owner for condemnation of property. It's a form of insurance for the property owner.

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