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Country: United States of America
State: Texas

I lost at a summary judgment hearing and dependent was awarded monetary judgment. I need to appeal but understand that I must put up a bond to do so. I have spent all money I have to fight this wrongful foreclosure - no bond money...Eviction is in two days - HELP! Feel I can win appeal. Have owned home for many years - will bankruptcy stop eviction and set aside bond so I can file appeal?


Bankruptcy will delay it and that may help--but will not stop foreclosure completely; you can still file/sue after they foreclose if need be--
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Note that the bond provisions in the various policies do not mention the cost of premiums on appeal bonds required in any lawsuit defended by the insurer.
But beyond court rulings on the subject, it is just common sense and sound risk management practice to appeal adverse judgments, so paying for appeal bonds should be considered an integral (even if not mentioned) part of the supplementary payments section of insurance policies.
The court also ruled that an appeal was part and parcel of the general duty to defend and was not attributable to the provision regarding payment for the cost of appeal bonds.
Its services include securing bonds, including court bonds, probate bonds, appeal bonds, administration bonds and guardian bonds.Country: USASector: Insurance, Banking/Financial ServicesType: JVStatus: Agreed
Once you understand the scope of your client's security needs, especially for workers' compensation self-insurance programs, large deductible or retrospectively rated programs, and court appeal bonds, you will be in a better position to coordinate and influence the buying decision.
There are many surety companies that write appeal bonds. The terms on which sureties offer bonds vary, so it is often a good idea to consult with a bond broker to identify the best options and prices.
Most states set appeal bonds of 100 percent of the judgment, plus costs
Saying that the proposed legislation had been highjacked by lobbyists and special interests, Missouri's governor vetoed SB 280, a bill designed to address venue reform, limits on appeal bonds, class actions, and caps on non-economic damages in medical malpractice cases within the state.
The bill also caps punitive damages at the greater of $250,000 or three times compensatory damages, and limits appeal bonds in cases involving awards of punitive damages.
An appeal bond is a court surety bond utilized to protect the opposing party in a civil appeal case.