Probate bonds are required by law to guarantee an honest accounting and faithful performance of the duties of the fiduciary in compliance with the orders of the probate court.
Examples of Probate Bonds - Administrator, Executor and Guardian. More details
A Judicial Bond is generally required in civil court proceedings when a litigant
seeks a special right or remedy in advance of a final court decision.
Examples of Judicial Bonds - Attachment, Injuction, Replevin & Appeal. More details
License & Permit Bonds
License & Permit Bonds are required by the federal government or by any state, county, municipality or other political subdivision as a condition precedent to the granting of a license to engage in business or a permit to exercise a particular privilege, where such business/privilege presents a risk to the public welfare.
Examples of License & Permit Bonds - Contractors License, Street Permit, Real Estate & Insurance Brokers and Compliance Obligation. More details
Miscellaneous Surety Bonds are those obligations that do not clearly fall within the scope of the other bond classes. Some of these bonds are required by law and must be conditioned as provided by statute, ordinance, or regulation.
Examples of Misc. Bonds - Lost Securities, Patient Fraud (Nursing Homes), Concessionaries, Games of Chance and All Other Financial Guarantees. More details
Business Service Bonds
The Business Service Surety Bond addresses acts of theft by the principal or principal's employees while performing services for others. Businesses such as janitorial services and home health workers are just two of the types of operations that can benefit from being "bonded".
The Public Official may be elected or appointed to a full-time or part-time position. The bond covers the official's term of office and guarantees that the bonded official will faithfully perform all official duties. Said bonds are the direct result of state statute or other type of public charter and specifically determine the exposure for a given bond.
Examples of Public Official Bonds - Notary, Treasures, Tax Collectors, Sheriffs and Other Public Officials. More details
Non-Construction Performance Bonds
These bonds secure the obligation to faithfully perform the terms and conditions of a contract. The companies who need performance bonds range from manufactures, wholesalers and distributers who may supply a product or commodity, to service companies, such as janitoral contractors, food service operations, bus companies and trash haulers, to name a few. More details
Examples of Tax Bonds - Fuel, Cigarette, Alcohol and Other Sales Tax. More details