No Collateral Bail Bonds in Laguna Beach

January 15, 2018 No Comments » posted by: admin

When someone is arrested and taken to the Laguna Beach Jail, many people wonder if they’ll need to post bail bonds collateral.

Collateral is an item of value (typically real property, such as a house or a condo) that’s put up to guarantee the bond. If the bondsman asks for collateral, they will ask if the cosigner is willing to do a lien against their home until the case is over and the bail bonds premium is paid off. Once both of these conditions are met, the lien will be removed.

You should know that not all bail bonds require collateral. If the defendant’s bail amount is very high, or if they live in another state and are just visiting California, the bondsman may ask for collateral.

Remember, every case is different, so there is not an easy one-size-fits-all answer as to whether you’ll need to put up collateral for Laguna Beach Police Department bail bonds.

For more information on how bail bonds collateral works call our office now at 888-224-5266.

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