A corporate surety, except as identified in Pa.R.C.P. No. 105, shall file with the Prothonotary evidence that it is authorized to do business in Pennsylvania and its current financial statement, sworn to by an officer or authorized agent. A new financial statement must be filed at least annually by the third Monday of January. No corporation will be accepted as sole security for an amount greater than half its paid-in capital and surplus. The Prothonotary shall keep a list of qualified companies. C. Individual Requirements No bond shall be approved until each surety has filed an affidavit which states that the surety is the owner of real estate having a value in excess of the penalty of the bond and which lists the surety’s debts, liabilities and all legal exemptions. The affidavit shall state whether the surety is also a surety on any other obligations, and, if so, what they are. Tenants by the entireties shall be considered a single surety. No person concerned in the execution of process shall become a surety. D. Objections Any party in interest may object to the security in accordance with Pa.R.C.P. No. 1535. RULE 430. Service Pursuant to Special Order of Court. Publication The Lancaster Law Review is designated as the legal publication for the publication of legal notices.
RULE 440.1. Proof of Service
A proof of service shall conform to Pa. R.A.P. No. 122.
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