Court Bonds

Also called judicial bonds, are often required during court proceedings to avoid possible loss. Typically, these bonds are attained in conjunction with either an appeal or a specific motion, and the person forced to purchase is not protected by the bond. A common example is when a party gets sued, loses, and the court orders them to pay damages. The losing party wants to appeal the ruling, but to do so, they must post a bond for the amount awarded by the judge, guaranteeing payment in the event they lose the appeal. Meadowbrook Direct helps clients get the bonds they need to pursue further legal action, often in just one business day.

Appeal Bonds

Also known as supersedes bonds, must be filed with the court before a lower cruling can be appealed to a higher. These bonds guarantee that the appellant will comply with the lower court’s decision in the event they lose their appeal. These are the most common type of bonds, and often collateral will be required.

Cost Bonds

Are surety bonds that guarantee the payment of various costs associated with appealing the decision of a lower ruling. These are often included as part of an appeals bond or supersedes bond.

Indemnity to Sheriff Bonds

This bond protects the marshall or sheriff from a suit filed by a party whose property has been seized.

Plaintiff’s Bonds

A plaintiff’s bond guarantees the payment of any damages that are suffered, should an action be decided in the defendant’s favor.

Attachment Bonds

These types of bonds are required before a court can seize the property of a person, in order to secure a judgment. Attachment bonds guarantee the defendant will receive damages that arise from the attachment if the decision is against the plaintiff.

Replevin Bonds

Are types of plaintiff bonds that guarantee any property seized will remain in the exact same condition as when it was seized, and not be sold or disposed of in any way.

Other Types

Meadowbrook Direct sells all types of bonds, including those listed above. After gathering some basic information from you to secure your bond, our experienced and professional team will work to have it finalized quickly and smoothly. Complete an online application now to get it issues at the most affordable prices.

Court Surety Bonds

Also called judicial bonds, are often required during court proceedings to avoid possible loss. Typically, these bonds are attained in conjunction with either an appeal or a specific motion, and the person forced to purchase the bond is not protected by the bond. A common example is when a party gets sued, loses, and the court orders them to pay damages. The losing party wants to appeal the ruling, but to do so, they must post a bond for the amount awarded by the judge, guaranteeing payment in the event they lose the appeal. Meadowbrook Direct helps clients get the court surety bonds they need to pursue further legal action, often in just one business day.

Appeal

Appeal bonds, also known as supersedes bonds, must be filed with the court before a lower court ruling can be appealed to a higher court. These bonds guarantee that the appellant will comply with the lower court’s decision in the event they lose their appeal. These are the most common type of court bonds, and often collateral will be required.

Cost Bonds

Cost bonds are court surety bonds that guarantee the payment of various costs associated with appealing the decision of a lower court. These are often included as part of an appeals bond or supersedes bond.

Indemnity to Sheriff Bonds

This court surety bond protects the marshall or sheriff from a suit filed by a party whose property has been seized.

Plaintiff’s Bonds

A plaintiff’s bond guarantees the payment of any damages that are suffered, should an action be decided in the defendant’s favor.

Attachment Bonds

These types of court surety bonds are required before a court can seize the property of a person, in order to secure a judgment. Attachment bonds guarantee the defendant will receive damages that arise from the attachment, if the court decision is against the plaintiff.

Replevin Bonds

Replevin bonds are types of plaintiff bonds that guarantee any property seized will remain in the exact same condition as when it was seized, and not be sold or disposed of in any way.

Other Types of Court Surety Bonds

Meadowbrook Direct sells all types of court surety bonds, including those listed above. After gathering some basic information from you to secure your bond, our experienced and professional team will work to have your bond finalized quickly and smoothly. Complete an online application now for quickly issued bonds at the most affordable prices.

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Common bond types include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Appeal Bond
  • Attachment Bond – Plaintiff
  • Attachment Bond – Defendant
  • Indemnity to Sheriff or Marshal
  • Injunction – Plaintiff’s bond to secure
  • Injunction – Defendant’s bond to dissolve
  • Mechanics Lien – Bond to discharge
  • Replevin – Plaintiff’s bond to secure
  • Replevin – Defendant’s bond to recover