New Hampshire Supersedeas Bond (Appeal Bond ~ New Hampshire)

Bond Penalty: Not statutorily required, judicial discretion

A New Hampshire supersedeas bond, or appeal bond is a well-established requirement in all but four states. The New Hampshire Court Rules do not specifically require supersedeas financial security. The authority to impose such a requirement appears to rest squarely within the discretion of the court. Supreme Court precedent illustrates that unilateral authority in Case No. 2008-0756, in the matter of the Estate of Kathleen Antonia Porter:

After a hearing, the Probate Court (Peter G. Hurd, J.) allowed a stay of the November 2007 order, which had terminated the life estate and required Mr. Balok to vacate. The court also required, however, that Mr. Balok post a $15,000 bond pending the stay. ORDER ON MOTION TO ENFORCE COURT ORDERS (Aug. 29, 2008), appx. at 48.

Underwriting review and manuscripting of an appeal bond should be accomplished by a surety bond expert with knowledge of this type of judicial obligation and the specific form required by the court and/or Rules of Appellate Procedure. New Hampshire surety bond leader, Surety One, Inc. specializes in court bonds for all district, superior, family, supreme and appellate courts. A New Hampshire supersedeas bond application submission is reviewed and responded to within one hour of receipt. We are the most agile judicial bond underwriter in the United States. Call (800) 373-2804, email us at Underwriting@SuretyOne.com or click here if you would like to chat live with an underwriter about your New Hampshire appeal bond need.

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  • Copy of Judgement and Complaint