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Florida Injunction Bond

Injunction Bond
Court & Fiduciary
Price: Depends on application
Florida Injunction Bond

Injunction Bond

The State of Florida
Injunction Bond

Surety Bond Details

State: Florida
Category: Injunction Bond
Class: Court & Fiduciary
Obligee: ** Florida ** Generic...
Amount: Varies
Duration: 4 Years
Expiration: As Entered On App...

Cost: Depends on applic...

The State Of Florida
Injunction Bond
Court & Fiduciary
** Florida ** Generic Obligee
4 Years
As Entered On Application
Surety Bond Insurance
SORPid: A-46
Injunction Bond Details
Florida Injunction Bond
Florida Injunction Bond

Florida Injunction Bond An Injunction Bond is a judicial order issued by a court in favor of the plaintiff whereby the defendant is required to do or refrain from doing a particular action until the issue is decided in court. The Bond guarantees that the plaintiff will indemnify the defendant against all damages and costs should the court rule in the defendant's favor. A defendant could also provide an injunction Bond to allow his continued action until the matter is resolved in court. In this situation, the Bond would guarantee the defendant's indemnification of the plaintiff's damages should the plaintiff prevail.

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The application process for a Florida Injunction Bond is quick and easy, usually only taking about five minutes from start to bond download (as with most our instant issue bonds). Simply click the "Buy Now" button below, complete the few questions for the bond application, pay your premium online, Docusign the agreements, then download your surety bond delivered via PDF. You can now print your now effective, signed and sealed bond in color.

By posting a surety bond, principals pledge to comply with the conditions of any written contract or applicable law.

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