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Judicial Bonds

South Carolina Mechanic’s Lien Release Bond

South Carolina statutes allow owners and contractors to file a South Carolina mechanic’s lien release bond to free a parcel of real property from a labor or material lien. Section 29-5-110, titled “Release of lien upon filing written undertaking and security”,… Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania Supersedeas Bond

Appeal from a civil judgment will require filing of a Pennsylvania supersedeas bond to stay enforcement of execution on the judgment. Pursuant to Rule 1731. Automatic Supersedeas of Orders For the Payment of Money: (a) General Rule.—Except as provided by subdivision… Continue Reading →

Nevada Mechanic’s Lien Release Bond

Disagreement and litigation between general contractors and subcontractors is common. A Nevada mechanic’s lien release bond is an important mechanism available to contractors which “bonds off” a lien so that a project owner can receive a lien-free completed property. Mechanic’s… Continue Reading →

Arizona Supersedeas Bond

Taking an adverse verdict in the Arizona trial courts can lead to immediate collection actions by the prevailing party. An Arizona supersedeas bond is an instrument available to appellants which can effectively stop all judgment enforcement activity. Under the Arizona… Continue Reading →

Utah Supersedeas Bond

Although appellate rules do no allow an execution or other writ to enforce a judgment until no less than fourteen days from entry of judgment a Utah supersedeas bond is necessary to secure an extension of the stay of execution. Rule 62 (d) addresses a… Continue Reading →

Washington Mechanic’s Lien Release Bond

Sooner or later a general contractor will have a conflict with a subcontractor. A Washington mechanic’s lien release bond is an effective and immediate remedy, allowing the GC to deliver a lien-free project to his or her client. Washington statutes… Continue Reading →

Georgia Mechanic’s Lien Release Bond

A Georgia mechanic’s lien release bond is a remedy available to both property owners and contractors in the State of Georgia to remove or “bond off” a lien on real property. Also referred to as a Georgia lien discharge bond,… Continue Reading →

Alaska Supersedeas Bond

Pursuant to current civil rules of appellate procedure (Rule 24(a)), an automatic stay of execution on a civil judgment is in effect for two days. If an appellant wishes to extend the stay during an appeal then he or she… Continue Reading →

Alabama Supersedeas Bond

An Alabama supersedeas bond is required of all appellants when he or she seeks to stay collection of a judgment during the pendancy of an appeal. Rule 8. of the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure is clear that baring very… Continue Reading →

Georgia Supersedeas Bond (Appeal Bond)

Chapter 5 of the Georgia Appellate Handbook specifically addresses the Georgia supersedeas bond requirements for appellants. Pursuant to the Handbook, “A supersedeas bond is not automatically required in cases in which a notice of appeal has been filed and the appropriate… Continue Reading →

Replevin Bond ~ A Judicial Surety Bond for a Prejudgment Remedy

A replevin bond is a judicial surety bond which provides indemnity to the law enforcement officer that executes a writ of replevin and protection to the party subject to the replevin. A defendant or other party from whom specific property… Continue Reading →

Sequestration Bond ~ Civil Court Surety Bond for a Prejudgment Remedy

A sequestration bond is occasionally required when a party to a civil suit moves the court for sequester (sequestration) of specifically identified property. Sequestration is a prejudgment remedy by which the moving party attaches to property or funds belonging to… Continue Reading →

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