2017 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 15 - Civil Remedies and Procedures
Section 15-1-230. Bonds in judicial proceedings.

Universal Citation: SC Code § 15-1-230 (2017)

In all judicial proceedings, whenever it may become necessary for any party thereto to give a bond for any purpose, the bond of such party having as surety thereon any surety company authorized to do business in this State may be accepted by any officer or court whose duty is to approve such bond, without other surety. The provisions of this section shall apply to bonds given in connection with any appellate proceeding for the purpose of obtaining supersedeas or for any other purpose. And in all actions or proceedings the party entitled to recover costs may include therein such reasonable sum as may have been paid such company executing or guaranteeing any bond or undertaking therein. No person having the approval of any such bond shall exact that it be furnished by a guaranty company or any particular guaranty company.

HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 10-23; 1952 Code Section 10-23; 1942 Code Section 3058; 1932 Code Section 3058; Civ. C. '22 Section 749; Civ. C. '12 Section 667; Civ. C. '02 Section 599; R. S. 517; 1892 (21) 76; 1894 (21) 757; 1896 (22) 28; 1912 (27) 703; 1947 (45) 322.

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