Examples of surety in a Sentence
As sureties, they will be liable in his place.
gave his surety that he would pay back the loan if his sister was unable to for any reason
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Anton remained in the county jail Thursday with bail amounts set at $150,000 cash or surety and $15,000, cash only.
Smith’s bail was previously set at $50,000 surety, $5,000 cash, court records show.
Hamelin faced no such troubles, the surety of his technique matched by the poetry and jazz-blues sensitivities of his interpretation.
The limit essentially sets the amount of credit a surety company will provide to a contractor.
The surety companies that write bail bonds in single state or small regions are particularly vulnerable to reforms, according to A.M. Best.
Over objections from police and prosecutors, 36th District Judge William McConico had lowered Traylor's bond from $3 million to $100,000, cash or surety, and released him on an electronic tether.
When test subjects are reminded of earlier wrongdoing, their surety about themselves takes a hit.
Judge Samuel Cappas lowered Brazier’s bail to $1,500, or $15,000 surety.
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SURETY Defined for English Language Learners
law : money that you give as a guarantee that you will do what you are legally required to do (such as to appear in court)
law : someone who agrees to be legally responsible if another person fails to pay a debt or to perform a duty
: the state of being or feeling sure or certain
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