Sequestration Surety Bond

A Sequestration Surety Bond is another term used to describe a Plaintiff’s Attachment Surety Bond. Attachment is when a court takes a defendant’s property into custody before the court tries the case and determines its merits. The property is taken so that the plaintiff can recovery any fees incurred if the judgment is passed against the defendant. The plaintiff is required to post the bond in case the court decides against them so that the defendant can recover any losses they incurred due to the seizure of their property.