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Illinois Injunction Bond (TRO Bond ~ Illinois)

An Illinois injunction bond (a/k/a restraining order bond or preliminary injunction bond) is contemplated under Illinois Compiled Statutes, as are the requirements to obtain an enjoining or injunctive order. Per 735 ILCS 5/11-101, “A temporary restraining order will NOT be granted… Continue Reading →

Pennsylvania Injunction Bond

A Pennsylvania injunction bond is required by statute to perfect a preliminary or special injunction, except for those cases in which the plaintiff is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a political subdivision or a department, board, commission, instrumentality or officer of the… Continue Reading →

New Jersey Injunction Bond

Pursuant to Rule 4:52-1, a New Jersey injunction bond should be filed after a complaint seeking injunctive relief, temporary restraint or other interim relief has been granted and bond security ordered. The Rule states, “On the filing of a complaint seeking injunctive… 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 →

Supersedeas Bond

A supersedeas bond is essentially an appeal bond.  An appellant that wishes to delay payment or compliance with a judgment may offer a supersedeas bond, effectively staying execution of the judgment during the appeal period.  A supersedeas bond benefits BOTH… Continue Reading →

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