Bond Information & Forms
Contract Bonds
Contract surety bonds provide financial security and construction assurance on building and construction projects.
Commercial Bonds
Commercial bonds cover obligations typically required by law or regulation.
Judicial Bonds
Probate and fiduciary bonds are required by a court to ensure the proper handling of an individual's finances or estate.
Bonding Information
Information needed to secure your bond.
Commercial Bonds
A commercial surety bond is sometimes referred to as a "non-contract bond" because it does not guarantee a specific contract like a construction bond would.  These bonds are an agreement between a principal and an obligee that a certain obligation will be performed. The agreement usually states the principal (also known as the licensee) will conform to the ordinances or laws relating to the business they are engaged in. Commercial Surety bonds are comprised of License & Permit, Notary, Financial Guarantee and Public Official and many others.
Commercial Bond Forms
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Notary Bonds
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State statutes regulate and prescribe the duties of a Notary Public. Professional liability is imposed on the Notary Public and, in most states, there is a mandatory bond requirement to protect the public.
License and Permit Bonds
These bonds are required by Local and State Statues to assure those persons dealing with different types of contractors, e.g., General Contractors, electricians, plumbers and roofers, etc., that they will comply with the required construction codes for that jurisdiction.
Motor Vehicle Dealer Bonds
These bonds are required of dealers in motor vehicles and basically protect the buying public from fraud and misrepresentation on the part of the dealers/sales persons.
Certificate of Title Bonds
The bond is required to indemnify any prior owner and/or lienholder of the vehicle against loss or damage resulting from the issuance of the duplicate title. The bond will remain in effect for three years from the date of issuance.
Liquor License Bonds
Guaranteeing State taxes will be paid.
Designated Agent Bonds
In order to protect the fees collected with applications for certificate of title and in order to control accounts for disbursement of fees collected shall not be collected by anyone other than a designated agent of the Revenue Department.
Employee Dishonesty Bonds
This bond provides protection against financial liability for the loss of a customer's money, securities, and personal property caused by dishonest acts of the employees of the insured while on the customer's premises upon conviction.
Pension Trust/ERISA Bonds
The 1974 Employee Retirement Income Security Act mandated that every fiduciary responsible for managing a benefit plan, and/or assets of such a plan, be covered by a fidelity bond to help protect the plan's assets from fraudulent activity.