A Court Bond is a general term used for all surety bonds that are needed by individuals when they are involved in pursuing an action through a court of law. Court bonds can be divided into two main categories: Judicial Bonds and Fiduciary/Probate Bonds.The main difference is that a Judicial Bond promises payment of sum of money that would be required in a court case, while a Fiduciary Bond only promises faithful and honest performance of a duty.
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