What is a supersedeas bond?

Also known as a defendant's appeal bond. It is a type of surety bond that a court requires from an appellant who wants to delay payment of a judgment until the appeal is over. An appellant's bond to stay execution on a judgment during the pendency of the appeal.

Per Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.310, the bond amount will equal the principal amount of the judgment plus twice the statutory rate of interest on the total amount

NOTE: The clerk will maintain the originally executed surety bond

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