|F.R.Civ.P. 65 Injunctions||Chapter I: (Includes prior Chapter IV: Student Practice Rules and Chapter VII: Attorney Disciplinary Rules of the Court)|
|F.R.Civ.P. 65 Injunctions|
L.R. 65-2 Approval of Bonds, Undertakings and Stipulations of Security . The Clerk is authorized to approve on behalf of the Court all bonds, undertakings and stipulations of security given in the form and amount prescribed by statute, order of the Court or stipulation of counsel, which comply with the requirements of L.R. 65-3, and contain a certificate by an attorney pursuant to L.R. 65-5, except where the approval of a judge is specifically required by law.
L.R. 65-3 Bonds or Undertakings - Sureties - Qualifications . No bond or undertaking requiring third-party sureties will be approved unless it bears the names and addresses of third-party sureties and is accompanied by a declaration by the surety stating that:
L.R. 65-4 Bonds or Undertakings - Corporate Surety . Before any corporate surety bond or undertaking is accepted by the Clerk, the corporate surety must have on file with the Clerk a duly authenticated copy of a power of attorney appointing the agent executing the bond or undertaking. The appointment shall be in a form to permit recording in the State of California.
L.R. 65-5 Bonds or Undertakings - Certificate by Attorney . A bond or undertaking presented to the Clerk for acceptance must be accompanied by a certificate by the attorney for the presenting party in substantially the following form: