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 →
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 →
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 →
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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