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.
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.
An Executor Bond is a type of surety bond that guarantees the Executor will administer the estate according to law.
There are many different types of court bonds. The two main types of court bonds are Judicial Bonds and Fiduciary/Probate Bonds.
Find out what it means to be held jointly and severally liable.
When you are appointed or chosen to be a personal representative, you can’t start your duties just yet. You’ll first need to get a Personal Representative Bond.
Stay of execution bonds allow a person that is found guilty to pay the judgment a court decided on at a later date. These bonds are also known as Appeal Bonds.
A Release Attachment Bond is a type of surety bond used in court cases to counter an Attachment Bond.
Do I need a Probate Bond? Is a bond required? What happens if I don't get a Probate Bond? Find out.
An administrator bond is a type of surety bond that protects the estate and those who have an interest in it. This bond does not protect the administrator.