Translation of bondsman in Spanish:

bondsman

aval, n.

Pronunciation /ˈbɑndzmən/ /ˈbɒn(d)zmən/

nounplural bondsmen

  • 1US

    Law
    aval masculine
    fiador masculine
    • Due diligence on the part of the bondsman is required.
    • As bail bondsmen know, just about everyone has some money that they can fork over to free themselves from a tight spot.
    • Normally, it can go to a surety company which is sort of like a high-class bail bondsman.
    • Patrick Maguire, the central character, is a bondsman in de Valera's rural, frugal fantasyland.
    • He was released from a court cell after a bail bondsman turned up with cash and land title deeds to bid for his release.
    • I have a bondsman who is willing to post $1 million bond without a scrap of collateral because he tells me that there is no risk that he would run.
    • The city, in particular, provided bondsmen and women with opportunities to work ‘within the system.’
    • Most private investigators, bail bondsmen and skip tracers have access to these.
    • It was high, fifty thousand, but his lawyer's either got deep pockets or a running tab with a bail bondsman.
    • He was a bouncer at a bar, a bail bondsman, a used car salesman known as ‘Tall Paul,’ and a chemical salesman.
    • At least three other adult entertainment outfits, a private investigator and a bail bondsman have reported similar patterns.
    • The usually reliable actor has a small role as a bail bondsman, but he plays the part as a caricature.
    • Apart from local government offices and lawyers, the area is more notable for bail bondsmen, thrift shops and old houses.
    • And if it weren't for the bail bondsmen, you'd have prison overcrowding, and who takes care of that but the taxpayer.
    • Advertisements for pawn shops, bail bondsmen and flea markets confirm a crisis.
    • He said: ‘I need a budget for a bail bondsman - for both of them.’
    • I could do a million things here, but they would all end up with me calling a bail bondsman.
    • The other two studies focus on the bondsmen who bore the brunt of the lowcountry's economic growth.
    • Indeed, contempt for the acting profession pervades the film, embodied in the figure of Sutter, the studio bondsman on Howard's tail.
    • He begins working in nearby New York City as a bondsman and it is here that his story begins.
  • 2

    (serf)
    siervo masculine
    • These people were mostly Mahorans, African slaves and bondsmen, Malagasy, and Comoreans from other islands in the archipelago.
    • Traders also sought to provide slaves with external reputations, by changing the physical appearance of the bondsmen through altered diets and better clothing.
    • It is entirely possible that he began life tied to the land, since at least one letter in the Paston collection accuses him of being a peasant bondsman.
    • Planters frequently used the whip on bondsmen whom they deemed insolent or guilty of committing crimes.
    • Slavery laws maintained rigid social roles for blacks and whites as bondsmen and freemen.
    • Such work opened opportunities for Appalachian slaves not shared by their fellow bondsmen further south.