An Indemnity to Sheriff Bond is a kind of court bond. Court bonds are a kind of surety bond that are broadly used when pursuing action within a court of law. There are two broad categories of court bonds: judicial bonds and probate/fiduciary bonds. The Indemnity to Sheriff Bond is a judicial bond.
The Indemnity to Sheriff Bond is generally required for law enforcement officers who execute writs of execution. A writ of execution is a judgement order in need of enforcement. If a judge issues a writ of execution, it often falls to local sheriffs to collect funds in order to satisfy the court ruling. The obligee of this bond is the officers involved in the case.
The Indemnity to Sheriff Bond guarantees protection to law enforcement officers who are seizing property for a plaintiff from a defendant should the defendant seek changes or claims against law enforcement. This bond protects law enforcement officers from being sued for seizing property legally. It helps them do their job lawfully and correctly.
Surety1 does not write these bonds for domestic disputes.
The amount for this bond will vary depending on the case. The cost to the bond principal (the person or entity who buys the bond) will be just a small percentage of the bond amount. To find out how much the bond will cost you, fill out our online application.
Here at Surety1, we have been providing low cost bonding since 2003. To do this, we work with over a dozen different companies to ensure our prices are the lowest. We offer a free and easy to use online application to provide our customers with a fast and free quote from one of our surety experts. To start the process of getting your Indemnity to Sheriff Bond today:
Then, one of our surety experts will call and email you with the firm quote and an agreement to sign. When you provide payment and your signed agreement, then you will receive your bond!