Rule 72. Property bonds.

(a) A real property bond posted with the court shall:

(a)(1) be signed by all owners of record;

(a)(2) contain the complete legal description of the property and the property tax identification number;

(a)(3) be acknowledged before a notary public;

(a)(4) be accompanied by a copy of the document vesting title in the owners;

(a)(5) be accompanied by a copy of the property tax statement for the current or previous year;

(a)(6) be accompanied by a current title report, a current foreclosure report, or such other information as required by the court; and

(a)(7) be accompanied by a written statement from each lien holder stating:

(a)(7)(A) the current balance of the lien;

(a)(7)(B) the date the most recent payment was made;

(a)(7)(C) that the debt is not in default; and

(a)(7)(D) that the lien holder will notify the court if a default occurs or if a foreclosure process is commenced during the period the property bond is in effect.

(b) The bond is not effective until recorded with the county recorder of the county in which the property is located. Proof of recording shall be filed with the court.

(c) Upon exoneration of the bond, the property owner shall present a release of property bond to the court for approval.