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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 →

California Labor Commission Appeal Bond

An employer that has sustained a Labor Standards Enforcement judgment against him or her retains the right of court review upon filing of a California Labor Commission appeal bond and noticing the commissioner. Chapter 4. Division of Labor Standards Enforcement of… 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 →

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 →

Appeal Bond

An appeal bond is frequently required of defendants and occasionally plaintiffs to a civil lawsuit. An “appeal” is a formal request of a superior court (often a court of appeals) that it review the decision of an inferior court such… Continue Reading →

Hawaii Supersedeas Bond

To stay execution of a judgment pending appeal a Hawaii supersedeas bond is vital.  Pursuant to Hawaii Rules of Civil Procedure, when an appeal is made the appellant may obtain a stay of execution by giving a supersedeas bond.  The… Continue Reading →

Illinois Appeal Bond

A stay of enforcement of a monetary judgment requires that an Illinois appeal bond be offered and a timely notice of appeal provided. Illinois rules civil procedure clearly provide for this mechanism under Rule 305(a).  The bond must be filed within… Continue Reading →

Michigan Appeal Bond

A Michigan appeal bond must be posted if you wish to stop execution of an adverse civil verdict.  While a defendant does enjoy a short post-verdict period to file an appeal of right, such appeal does not stay execution.  Pursuant to… Continue Reading →

California Appeal Bond

If you have taken and adverse verdict in California and feel that simply perfecting an appeal will stop collection procedures, you may be in trouble unless you have posted a California appeal bond. Section 916 of the California Code of… Continue Reading →

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