Court house that requests court bondsCourt Bonds are also called Fiduciary Bonds. Many times in a court setting, fiduciary bonds are required with a court order. These bonds are used to provide protection for or against the results of the proceedings. This protection typically comes in the form of a loss of income or earnings.

These bonds are specific to the individual case. Conditions for court bonds can range from the state the case is located in, the court level of the case, and the size of the estate the bonds will cover.

Types of Court Bonds

  • Administrator Bonds
  • Admiralty Bonds
  • Appeal Bonds
  • Attachment bonds
  • Bail Bonds
  • Bankruptcy Bonds
  • Conservator Bonds
  • Executor Bonds
  • Foreclosure Bonds
  • Guardianship Bonds
  • Indemnity to Sheriff Bonds
  • Injunction Bonds
  • Mechanic’s Lien Bonds
  • Receivers Bonds
  • Replevin Bonds
  • Special Needs Trustee Bonds
  • Supersedeas Bonds
  • Trustees Bonds
  • Veterans Administration Fiduciary bonds

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