Justification of sureties.
1. Every surety, except a corporate surety which is approved as provided by law, shall justify by affidavit and may be required to describe in the affidavit:
(a) The property by which he proposes to justify and the encumbrances thereon;
(b) The number and amount of other bonds and undertakings for bail entered into by him and remaining undischarged; and
(c) All his other liabilities.
2. No bond shall be approved unless the surety thereon appears to be qualified.
Last modified: February 25, 2006