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What are Surety Bonds?
Surety Bail Bonds – or Court Bonds are contracts to pay by a 3rd party company (also called judicial bonds). Required of a plaintiff or defendant in judicial proceedings to reserve the rights of the opposing litigant or other interested parties. Court bonds include bail bonds, appeal bonds, supersedeas bonds, attachment bonds, and injunction bonds.
What Does a Bail Bonds Company Do?
Court Bonds – Court bonds are required by a court of law for legal circumstances. Most are for the purpose of verifying a person will pay – it is required as insurance for financial or personal integrity. For example, if you’ve been appointed as the executor of an estate, the court may request a surety bond to ensure the person actually posts bail. It simply saves the court a lot of trouble.
That’s where we come in to help you do all this smoothly. Welcome to Lee Calhoun Bail Bonds. Our Surety Bail Bond division provides specialty surety bond services and Bonding Assistance Programs to small, minority, women and veteran owned contractors.
Bonds are considered a specialty form of insurance, and the Surety is usually an insurance company. Surety bonds are very different than insurance, however, because the beneficiary is a third party company. As long as the Principal does what is promised, the Surety will not be called upon to perform or pay. The Principal is the primary responsible party under the bond and is obligated to reimburse the Surety for any claims or expenses incurred by the surety if the Principal has not lived up to their agreement.
Stuck in Jail – Need Bail?
Bonds can be required either by law or contract. Bonds can be divided into the following broad categories: Contract, Commercial, Court, Fidelity, License, Permit, Federal, Public Official, and Miscellaneous.