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Court Bonds 09.27.2020

The Appeal of Appealing

If you are involved in a civil court case—and determined to win—you’ll find it helpful to understand the appeals process. In fact, in case you lose, being prepared to secure an appeal bond will save you—and…
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The Appeal of Appealing
Court Bonds 08.24.2020

How Does an Appeal Bond Work?

If you just lost your case, you may be feeling like there is nothing you can do to change the court’s decision. However, this is not necessarily the case! You may have the right to…
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How Does an Appeal Bond Work?
Court Bonds 06.10.2020

LA County Courthouses Reopen Following COVID-19 Shutdown

Six courthouses across Los Angeles County opened their doors Friday following extended closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Per the L.A. Superior Court, courthouses that have opened are: The Governor George Deukmejan Courthouse; The Hollywood…
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LA County Courthouses Reopen Following COVID-19 Shutdown
Court Bonds 06.05.2020

Long Island Courts Begin Phased-in Opening Process

On Tuesday, May 26, courts across Long Island resumed operations for the first time since the COVID-19 shutdown. Starting on Wednesday, May 27th, counties like Dutchess, Putnam, Rockland, Orange, and Westchester enacted a gradual phased-in…
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Long Island Courts Begin Phased-in Opening Process
Court Bonds 05.29.2020

Maryland Judiciary Releases Steps to Soon Reopen Courts

Starting October of this year, courtrooms in the state of Maryland are hoping to fully continue lingering legal operations in a phased-in strategy that could take the entire summer. Though many court proceedings have been…
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Maryland Judiciary Releases Steps to Soon Reopen Courts
Court Bonds 05.07.2019

Why Do Courts Require Surety Bonds?

Court bonds, such as appeal bonds, may be required in court proceedings to enable a party to pursue a remedy in court. Fiduciary bonds guarantee the faithful performance of court appointed fiduciaries such as executors,…
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Why Do Courts Require Surety Bonds?
Court Bonds 01.15.2019

Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Now Allow 30 Days for Appeal Bond

Effective December 1, 2018, several changes to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure were enacted, including rules mandating electronic service and filing for persons represented by counsel, establishing a national signature standard for electronic filing…
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Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Now Allow 30 Days for Appeal Bond