There are two main types of Judicial Bonds:

1. Fiduciary bonds
2. Court bonds

Fiduciary bonds guarantee the court appointed person will rightly care for another’s property. Some fiduciary bonds, such as probate bonds, are required for administrators, executors, and guardians.

Court bonds are bonds written in connection with a legal proceeding. There are court bonds for both plaintiffs and defendants. A plaintiff or defendant may need to provide a surety bond to protect the other party for loss due to a judge’s decision made prior to final judgment. These bonds renew yearly until the litigation officially ends.

What Are Surety Bonds For Judicial Proceedings?

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A short list of bonds we typically underwrite:

  • Abandoned Property Bonds
  • Administrator / CTA /DBN/ Ancillary Bond
  • Advance Payment of Executor’s Commissions Bond (NY)
  • Appeal Bond a/k/a Undertaking on Appeal
  • Assignee’s Bond
  • Attachment Bond
  • Deferred Estate Taxes Bond (IRS)
  • Discharge of Mechanics Lien Bond
  • Disbursing Agents Bond
  • Executor Bond
  • Financial Guarantees
  • Guardianship Bond of Incapacitated People
  • Guardian Bond of a Minor
  • Indemnity Bond
  • Injunction Bond
  • License and Permit Bond
  • Litigation Bond
  • Lost Instrument Open Penalty Bond
  • Lost Instrument Fixed Penalty Bond
  • Maintenance Bond
  • Public Fund Raiser Bond
  • Preliminary Injunction Bond
  • Preliminary Executor Bond
  • Private Trustee- (Non court filed)
  • Qualified Domestic Trust Bonds (QDOT’s)
  • Receivers of Rents Bond
  • Receivers of a Business Bond
  • Replevin Bond
  • Seizure Bond
  • Security for Costs Bond
  • Site Improvement Bond
  • Stay of Execution Bond
  • Supersedeas Bond
  • Supplemental Needs Trustee Bond
  • TRO Bond (Temporary Restraining Order Bond)
  • Testamentary Trustee Bond
  • Trustees Bond in Bankruptcy
  • Waiver of Probate Bond
  • Yellowstone Injunction Bond