There are several types of judicial surety bonds, including: indemnity to sheriff bonds, replevin & counter replevin bonds, appeal & supersedeas bond, release of lien bonds, attachment & release of attachment bonds, injunction bonds, third party claimant bonds, appeal bonds, and cost bonds.
Courts require judicial bonds to protect themselves and the parties involved in a lawsuit. The judicial surety bond shifts the cost of a lawsuit’s compensation coverage to a surety company to award for property/damages. The surety bond is a guarantee that the party that wins the lawsuit will receive payment for all damages determined in the court case.
Judicial bonds are just one type of court bonds. We write all court surety bonds so if you’re seeking another court bond visit our Court Surety Bond page or call 800-361-1720 if you have any questions.