The term "redelivery bond" is a very general term that applies to any type of bond that calls for the redelivery of property to its original owner as long as said owner has complied with an official court order.
In some states, a redelivery bond can guarantee the payment of a judgment. In others, it simply applies to the return of property.
When a sheriff or other official takes the property into possession, the defedant can only get the property back before the final judgment by posting a redelivery bond.
The bond penalty (amount) of the redelivery bond obtained by the defendent must at least be equal to the bond penalty that was filed by the plaintiff in the same court case or law suit proceedings.