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Michigan Preliminary Injunction Bond

A Michigan preliminary injunction bond requirement is wholly discretionary as contemplated under Mich. Ct. R. 3.310. Pursuant to (A)(1), ” . . . an injunction may not be granted before a hearing on a motion for a preliminary injunction or on an order to… Continue Reading →

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 →

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 →

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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