The United States District Court (USDC) for the District of Arizona requires that companies issuing and filing bonds have the signatory for the company, known as the Attorney in Fact, be on file with the court before they accept the bond. This is something you should know if you’re going to seek injunctive relief, an attachment proceeding, a TRO, or appeal a judgment and file a supersedeas bond in Federal Court in Arizona.
You want to make sure that the bonding company you’re dealing with can issue the bond and that they are on file with that specific court. If they are not, the court is not going to accept the bond, which may result in missed deadlines.
The reason I bring this up is that it’s something you need to know if you are going to be seeking some sort of relief that may require a bond or undertaking on file within a short amount of time. My office is on file. You can reach out to me directly, and we can work on the matter together.
It is important to work with a company that is aware of what the court, court clerks, and judges require. If you are using another company, make sure that they comply well ahead of time. If they do not, you could run into issues.
Feel free to give me a call to speak about any bonding matter or situation.
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