California Temporary Restraining Order Bond
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California Law – Temporary Restraining Orders and Surety Bonds
The California temporary restraining order bond (known as TRO) is similar to a California injunction bond also offered by our agency.
However, one of the major differences is that a TRO bond can be granted ex parte, that is, without the presence of the opposing party; and TRO’s are both seemingly more urgent, almost grave in nature. They are also just as their name indicates — temporary.
Qualifying and the Premium
Up to and including a $25,000 California TRO surety bond requirement, our agency offers you streamlined processing for purchasing your bond.
What this means for you is that we offer this court ordered surety bond without a credit check; you are therefore automatically approved. The premium will be 1% of the amount required, or $100, whichever amount is greater.
What we’ll need from you regardless of the amount required are the following:
- A copy of the Court Order for your California temporary restraining order bond. Providing this to us not only gives us clear documentation of the amount required, but also other relevant information (i.e. the name of the Court, the case number, and the name of the Defendant);
- Completion of a short surety bond application. Your application will be begun with us over the phone, but it will require your signature for completion and that of a Witness (it does not need to be notarized);
- Payment of the premium.
For surety bond requirements greater than $25,000, a review by an underwriter and a credit check are performed. Approval is contingent upon good credit. The premium rate will be at 1% of the amount required.
In all cases, upon approval and payment of the premium, your bond is issued to you immediately. Our agency will have your bond notarized as Surety; upon receipt, you’ll sign your bond as Principal, filing it with the respective Court Clerk.
TRO Bond Duration
The duration of your California temporary restraining order bond is for one year. This means that if the Court requires you to maintain a TRO bond after the anniversary of your bond’s issuance, another premium will be owed.
Purpose Of Your CA TRO Surety Bond
Like an injunction bond, while the TRO bond is required of you as the Plaintiff, its benefit is for the Defendant.
The bond exists in case it is subsequently determined by the Court that the restraining order should not have been placed against Defendant, and, because it was, and now wrongfully so, there was some financial (or its equivalent) harm for which the bond is purposed to recompense the unwarranted Defendant for the harm caused.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency. We provide TRO surety bonds in California and nationwide, wherever required.
Our agency is also a provider of license and permit, probate, and other surety bonds as required in all 50 states.
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