Unlawful Detainer Assistant (UDA) Surety Bonds are required for individuals who provide, assist in providing or offer legal assistance or defense of an unlawful detainer claim.
Unlawful detainer lawsuits are filed in the event of a tenant’s refusal to voluntarily vacate a residence following adequate and required notice from the landlord. Filing an Unlawful Detainer Assistant (UDA) Surety Bond is the first step in the eviction process in this given situation. The jurisdictions of individual states determine specific circumstances which merit the filing of an Unlawful Detainer Assistant (UDA) Surety Bond. Unlawful detainer assistants are responsible for the preparing, providing and filing of legal documents on behalf of their clients. These license and permit surety bonds ensure that unlawful detainer assistants sufficiently satisfy their rendered services as agreed upon, as well as operate in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations and their own designated abilities and limitations. They serve to protect clients from potential losses caused by their unlawful detainer assistant.