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 Post subject: (NY) How long is a bond valid with courts?
 Post Posted: Thu 17 Dec 2015 16:28 
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I know that NY requires us to maintain bond records for at least -6- years, BUT, was wondering how long an issued bond is valid for, ie can a court drag out a bond obligation for years?

One of those questions I can't locate an answer for.

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Absent local statutes that address the issue, as long as they want. Some bond powers limit the time to 1 year and then has to be re-written and premium paid again. In MD, that is not allowed and I have 1 case that has been active sincve 08/2014.

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Mdbtyhtr wrote:
Absent local statutes that address the issue, as long as they want. Some bond powers limit the time to 1 year and then has to be re-written and premium paid again. In MD, that is not allowed and I have 1 case that has been active sincve 08/2014.

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Thanks for the response...helpful info.

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How bout this...

I am looking at a 50K that I wrote 11/24/2010... still active in the Virginia Supreme court system... was appealed up the ladder and still going... no decision made to date...

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So if you retired tomorrow they would hold 50k of your BUF until that case is concluded?


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Bill,

So a verdict was entered in the case? If so your bond should have been exonerated.

In CA, the defendant has to post a separate Appeal Bond in order to appeal a conviction. That goes for the surety also if they are appealing a forfeiture ruling.

And, I think the Appeal Bond would have to be in the amount of the judgment entered in the case of appealing a forfeiture.

If we post an appeal bond for a defendant, we also HAVE to charge an annual premium.

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