Vehicle Title Bonds - Miscellaneous Bonds - Probate Bonds
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Alcohol Bonds - A specific kind of sales tax bond that guarantees sellers and manufacturers of alcohol will pay all required taxes to the government
Employee Dishonesty Bonds - Required to cover employer, or a third party, from fraudulent or dishonest acts of an employee
Contractor's Bonds - Required by federal, state or municipal governments before they will grant a license or permit to conduct business in certain occupations or professions. License and permit bonds include: contractor license bonds, electrician bonds, HVAC commercial bonds, non-resident license bonds and plumber bonds
Excess Weight Bonds - Excess Weight Surety Bonds are surety bonds required by Municipalities, and State and Federal Governments. Excess Weight Surety Bonds are for payment of any damage that might be sustained to the highway caused by the movement of the vehicles/loads
Intinerant Vendor Permit Bonds - Required of a vendor with no fixed place of business, to ensure that the Municipality will collect all sales taxes due.
Notary Bonds - Required when applying as a Notary Public with the State
Peace Officer Bonds - Federal, state and local governments require law enforcement officers to be bonded so that anyone harmed by the wrongful acts of an officer has the ability to collect damages.
Probate & Administrator Bonds - A probate bond is a financial instrument which provides a safeguard that the executor will distribute property and assets in accordance with the wishes in someone's will, or, if there is no will, in accordance with the particular laws of the jurisdiction.
Certificate of Title (Lost Title) Bonds - Required by the State to register your vehicle when the original Title has been lost, destroyed or misplaced
And Many More.
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License and Permit Bonds
Required by many federal, state, or municipal government in order to receive a license or permit to conduct different types of business activities. Bonds operate as a guaranty from a Surety Company to government agencies and their constituents, known as the Obligee, that the Principal, Company will do business in compliance to municipal ordinances and regulations or state law.
Ordered by statute and relate to the courts.
Judicial bonds come from a court decision and are posted by parties seeking court remedies or defending against legal actions seeking court remedies.
Public Official Bonds
Guarantee the faithful and honest performance of people elected or appointed to positions of public trust.
These are bonds that might not fit in the other commercial surety bond classifications. They often support private relationships and unique business needs.