Commercial Surety Bonds

Commercial Surety Bonds are required of individuals or businesses by the government, legislation or by other entities.

There are many types of Commercial Surety Bonds including but not limited to:

  • Notary Bonds

  • License and permit bonds - required by state, municipal or federal ordinance or regulation. These bonds may be required as a condition for engaging in a particular business or exercising a particular privilege. Examples include performance and payment bonds, customs bonds, tax bonds and warehouse bonds.

  • Court bonds

  • Fiduciary bonds - required of those who administer a trust under court supervision.

  • Public official bonds - required by statute for certain holders of public office, to protect the public from malfeasance by an official or from an official's failure to faithfully perform duties.

  • Miscellaneous bonds - Bonds that do not fit into any of the other categories above.