Arizona Revised Statutes § 7-107 Sufficiency Of Bond; Objection

7-107. Sufficiency of bond; objection

In an action or proceeding in a state court, when a bond is required or permitted to be given, the adverse party may object to its sufficiency at any time within three days after receiving notice of giving the bond, by serving the adverse party, or the officer who takes the bond, with a written notice that he does not accept the bond. A failure to serve the notice shall be deemed an acceptance of the bond, and the officer taking it shall be exonerated from liability.

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