Replevin Bond Law and Legal Definition

Replevin bond is a bond given by a plaintiff in a replevin law suit in order to replevy or attach property that is in the defendant’s possession prior to the rendering of judgment. This bond is used to cover losses to the defendant if the plaintiff loses the case. This bond protects the attaching officer and ensures the safekeeping of the property until the court determines if the property should be given back to the defendant or not.