• United States Code
    • TITLE 31 - MONEY AND FINANCE
      • SUBTITLE VI - MISCELLANEOUS
        • CHAPTER 93 - SURETIES AND SURETY BONDS
          • Section 9307
            • Section 9307. Civil actions and judgments against surety corporations


(a)(1) A surety corporation providing a surety bond under section 9304 of this title may be sued in a court of the United States having jurisdiction of civil actions on surety bonds in - (A) the judicial district in which the surety bond was provided; or (B) the district in which the principal office of the corporation is located. (2) Under sections 9304-9308 of this title, a surety bond is deemed to be provided in the district - (A) in which the principal office of the surety corporation is located; (B) to which the surety bond is returnable; (C) in which the surety bond is filed; and (D) in which the person required to provide a surety bond resided when the bond was provided. (b) In a proceeding against a surety corporation providing a surety bond under section 9304 of this title, the corporation may not deny its power to provide a surety bond or to assume liability.





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