Judicial bonds are a class of surety obligations that are needed in civil actions and by the United States Admiralty Courts. Generally divided into "plaintiff" and "defendant" categories, they are also often referred to as "voluntary" or "compulsory" (plaintiff's bonds often being the former, and defendant's the later). The class and creditworthiness of the bond applicant are underwriting factors that determine if collateral will be required.CIVIL FEDERAL AND STATE COURTSEach application should be submitted with a copy of the pertinent court documents, applicant's current financial statement, and the representing attorney's "C.V." or "resumé".
• Appeal Bond
• Supersedeas Bond
•Injunction Bond or Restraining Order (TRO) Bond
•Attachment Bond or Stay of Attachment Bond
• Replevin Bond or Counter-replevin Bond
•Court Cost Bond or Non-resident Court Bond
• Indemnity to Sheriff or Marshall Bond
• Multi-purpose Bond Application (any bond)
U.S. ADMIRALTY COURT BOND
In admiralty courts bonds are referred to as "stipulations". We offer bonds to ALL parties; libellants (plaintiffs), defendants and claimants (owners). Each application should be submitted with a copy of the pertinent court documents, applicant's current financial statement, and the representing attorney's (proctor's) "C.V." or "resumé ".
• General Average Bond
• Stipulation for Costs
• Stipulation for Value
• Discharge/Release of Libel
• Stipulation for Limit of Liability
• Federal Supersedeas Bond
$200M Maximum Limit
$500 Minimum Limit
Constantin Poindexter Chief Underwriter
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