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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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An Executor Bond is a type of surety bond that guarantees the Executor will administer the estate according to law.

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There are many different types of court bonds. The two main types of court bonds are Judicial Bonds and Fiduciary/Probate Bonds.

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Find out what it means to be held jointly and severally liable.

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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.

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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.

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A Release Attachment Bond is a type of surety bond used in court cases to counter an Attachment Bond.

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Do I need a Probate Bond? Is a bond required? What happens if I don't get a Probate Bond? Find out.

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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.

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