The bail bond are defined as an undertaking by the principal to appear in court as required upon penalty of forfeiting bail to the state in a stated amount. A bail bond is set by the county magistrate and can be either secured or unsecured. An unsecured bail bond is when the magistrate sets your bail but does not require a payment. A secured bond, most commonly done by a Bail Bondsman, requires payment or collateral to be released.
A Bail Bondsman is any person who posts bail for another person and guarantees the defendant's appearance in court by signing the bond. In North Carolina, there are three types of bail bondsman: surety bondsman, professional bondsman, and an accommodation bondsman. A surety bondsman is an individual who is backed by a surety company (a specific type of insurance company who executes bail bonds). A professional bail bondsman is someone who is approved and licensed to post bonds with their own money and or other things in value in exchange to write a bail bond. An accommodation bail bondsman is someone who cannot charge a fee or receive any consideration for acting as a surety on a bail bond, unlike a surety bondsman or professional bondsman.The accommodation as well as the surety and professional bondsman can hold collateral until the defendants court case has a final disposition entered.
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