A formal entry or memorandum of the recognizance or undertaking of special bail in civil actions, which, after being signed and acknowledged by the bail before the proper officer, is filed in the court in which the action is pending. 3 Bl. Comm. 291: 1 Tidd, Pr. 250; Worthen T. Prescott, GO Vt. 68, 11 Atl. 690; Nicolls v. Ingersoll, 7 Johns. (N. Y.) 154.
What is BAIL PIECE?
- Secured Transactions
- Criminal Procedure
- Admin Law Keyed to Rogers & Krotoszynski
- Payment Systems
- Comparative Constitutional Law
- BAIL TO THE SHERIFF, OR BAIL BELOW
- Criminal Procedure (Criminal Procedure and the Constitution)
- Criminal Procedure (Investigations)
- BAIL TO THE ACTION OR BAIL ABOVE
- STRAW BAIL NOMINAL OR WORTHLESS BAIL
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