What Is a Bail Bond Forfeiture Hearing?

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A Bail Bond Forfeiture Hearing is the encashment or enforcement of a guarantee by its beneficiary under the terms of a guarantee agreement. Bail Bond Forfeiture results when a court appearance is missed and the company or person who put up the bond is required to pay the defendant's outstanding bail amount. A Forfeited Bond becomes the property of the jurisdiction overseeing the case and it cannot be refunded.
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