Minnesota Statutes Civil Procedure (Ch. 540-552) § 549.19. Neglect to file security;  prosecution of bond

When any party shall commence an action without filing a bond, or fail to provide an additional bond when so required, the court, on motion of defendant, may order a stay of all proceedings in such action, or a dismissal thereof at the cost of the attorney commencing the same.  When judgment is entered against any party who has given security as required, and the costs and disbursements adjudged against the party remain unpaid in whole or in part for ten days, such bond may be put in suit and prosecuted to final judgment.

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