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Appeal Bond (Supersedeas Bond)

What is an Appeal Bond?

Appeal Bonds (also called Supersedeas Bonds) are required for the holding process of appealing a judgment in a higher court. The surety bond is supplied by the appellant (plaintiff) to appeal the court's judgment and is typically in the amount of the original judgment. The purpose of appeal bonds is to protect the court from costly frivolous appeals.

How Much Does an Appeal Bond Cost?

Appeal Bond prices vary based on the bond amount and the applicant. Most bonds are priced starting from 0.5-1% of the bond amount. Request a free, no-obligation quote and one of our bond specialists will look at your specific circumstances.

It is important to note that court bonds always require that collateral is posted in advance in the amount equal to 100% of the bond obligation. The collateral must be in the form of cash, or cash equivalent and is in addition to the premium charged for the bond.

We cannot complete your request without evidence of a cashier's check or a bank letter.

The court should already have provided you with a formal request for a bond and a specific bond amount.

Please arrange collateral before requesting a quote.

If you'd prefer to speak with one of our bond specialists, please call us at 1-800-608-9950. We can help guide you through the bonding process and identify the lowest cost in the market for your situation.

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