Injunction Bond

Injunction Bond: An injunction is a court order that requires a party to do, or to refrain from doing, some particular act. A short-term, temporary injunction is called a temporary restraining order. The bond guarantees that the other party will be paid their damages caused by the injunction if the injunction is later determined to have been wrongful. (This bond is typically collateralized.)

In order to effectively assist you with an Injunction Bond we will need you to provide us with the following information which is usually provided within the Court Order regarding this matter.

1. Complete title of action.
2. Name, location of Court, and amount of bond.
3. Name, address, and phone number of attorney for the applicant.
4. Amount of plaintiff’s claim and nature thereof.
5. Grounds for the relief requested

Please note, Injunction Bonds usually require collateral

This is a financial guarantee bond that usually requires 100% collateral or satisfactory demonstration of the applicant’s financial ability. Therefore, if the bond is sought without collateral please provide a current detailed financial statement from the applicant.

In addition to the court order, please complete, sign, and return the attached Bond application in the sections indicated.