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Meaning of "judicial bond" - Business English Dictionary

judicial bond

noun [C]
 
 
LAW
a document ordered by a court of law in which a person or company promises to pay a particular amount of money to the person or company on the other side of a legal action if they fail to do something that they have been ordered to do, cause delay in the legal action, etc.
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