Cost Bond

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Cost Bond

Money an Appellant pays into the court to cover the costs of the other person if he or she loses the appeal. Cost bonds can be waived or reduced for litigants who cannot afford to pay them. You do not have to pay a cost bond if you post a supersedeas bond.

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