What Is a PR Bond?

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PR bonds are bails that take a person's word as security instead of cash. They rely on a gentleman's word that the accused will show up in court when asked to appear in the court. It is an acronym for Personal Recognizance bond.
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A court PR bond or personal recognised bond is a signature bond, which involves no property or money as long as the person convicted promises to appear at all ...
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