Court Bonds

The following may be required in connection with a contract:

  • FIDUCIARY BOND – A Surety Bond required when an individual, such as an executor, administrator, or a guardian, is entrusted by the court to handle the property of others. Example: An executors bond, guardian bond, administrators bond, bond in lieu of probate.
  • LITIGATION BOND – A surety bond required when after a successful suit an individual wishes to freeze the assets of another party or to restrain the other party from trying to sell or hide certain assets. Example: Appeal bond, Injunction bond, attachment bond, sheriffs indemnity bond, Plaintiffs Replevin bond.

Other Bonds-Lost securities: for release or reissue of stocks, bonds, life insurance policies, checks, bank books, mortgage notes, etc.