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Surety Bonds By State
Surety bond regulations vary greatly by state, which makes it difficult for individuals to find the specific bonds they need. To help make the process easier, the expert team at SuretyBonds.com has compiled the most comprehensive online collection of bond forms. To access the form you need, click on your state above to view the archive for your state. If you don't see what you're looking for, one of our surety bond specialists can locate the specific form you need. Start now by clicking on your state or filling out the form to the right.
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License and Permit Bonds
License and Permit Bonds cover a wide array of industries and business types. A major anchor of the Commercial Bond sector, these bonds protect consumers and taxpayers from businesses and individuals that fail to perform work up to standards, regulations and contract.
Scores of businesses are required to obtain a License and Permit Bond in order to operate legally. There are thousands of bond types and each state has its own regulations in terms of requirements and the amount of the bond.
You can apply online and be approved for a bond in minutes. We can help you obtain the License and Permit Bond you need no matter your credit history, your location or the amount.
Commercial Bonds is an umbrella heading that encompasses thousands of different bond types. What typically ties them all together is that they're "non-contract bonds", in that they don't usually guarantee a specific contract, unlike a construction bond. Commercial Bonds are often just called License and Permit Bonds.
Hundreds of businesses and industries are required to purchase Commercial Bonds in order to secure a license or otherwise operate legally in a given state. Entrepreneurs and new business owners will encounter surety bonds before their enterprise can truly get off the ground. Existing business owners have to renew their bonds on an ongoing basis.
These bonds are easier to qualify for and purchase than construction bonds, which are typically attached to enormous, multimillion-dollar projects. Sureties will look at an applicant's credit profile and financial standing, but bond applications can be processed within minutes.
In construction and development, the broad category of contract bonds is purchased by a contractor to protect the owner of the project from non-performance of their contract. More simply, there are a series of surety bonds that include bid bonds, construction bonds, performance bonds and site improvement bonds that all play a role in protecting project owners and developers from losing money due to contractors not fulfilling their contractual agreements.
If you are building a home, a surety bond can act as a guaranty that protects your financial interests should your contractor fail to complete the job, pay subcontractors, and more.
The term 'court bond' encompasses all the bonds a person may be required to obtain while participating in a lawsuit. Many court proceedings require court bonds before a person tries to file some types of claims or tries to appeal a case. If this person, the principal, fails to compete the task he or she set out to do, the court will likely charge him or her for court costs. In this event the surety obligates the principal to pay such costs.
If you are headed to court soon for any reason, you should look into securing a surety bond for yourself. In the case that something unfortunate was to happen and you were unable to fulfill your intended task, a surety bond would cover any court costs you had incurred.
There are so many different types of bonds that oftentimes you will come across ones that do not fit into other categories. If you could not find your bond in a different category, chances are you will find it listed here. With so many bond types it sometimes gets overwhelming, but talk to one of SuretyBonds.com's specialists and you will be able to find what you need fast.