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  • How much does a contractor bond cost?

    As with any surety bond there are multiple factors involved in the pricing of a specific surety bond. What is the underlying risk? What is the historic losses experienced by the surety? How is the personal credit of the applicant? Typically one can expect to spend 1%-5% of the required bond amount for bond premium depending on these factors.

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  • Surety bond vs insurance

    As with any bond, it is not insurance. Bonds are based upon the theory of no loss, meaning that everybody will do the right thing and there will never be a claim. Insurance is based on the theory of pooled risk, where risks of the same type (for example teen age auto insurance) are lumped into one group, then based upon historic loss data, a minimum annual premium is calculated for each policy h...

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  • Can my contractor license bond be transferred to another locality?

    Unfortunately no, each locality has its own requirement and the bond is there to provide the monitary protection to each one individually. Therefore each surety bond is tied to the named obligee to provide them with the monetary recourse in the event of a claim. Each separate contractors license bond in each state, city, county, township or other municipality will only be good for that specific ...

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  • What are the steps to getting a new title?

    Steps vary by state, with each state having its own requirements and forms to apply for a new title.  Please visit our certificate of title bonds page and select your state for information specific to your states requirements.

  • My title is damaged; do I still need a bond?

    If the title is physically damaged (ie torn, missing pieces, improperly signed) then chances are you will need to provide a surety bond to procure a new title.  Check with your state, city or county for requirements.

  • When I get my bond for my lost title, what do I do with it?

    Once you receive your Certificate of Title Bond, you will need to sign it where indicated and turn it in, along with any other required paperwork, to the governing body that required you to post the bond.

A1SuretyBonds.com

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Generated 2 months ago

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  • Florida Auto Dealer bonds - Mandatory Renewal April 30th

    Another year has passed and it is fast approaching renewal time for your Florida Auto Dealer License Bond.  The state of Florida requires all motor vehicle dealers to obtain and maintain a surety bond as required by FL Statute - Title XXIII - Chapter 320, Section 27.  Dealers must provide proof of their surety bond renewal by no later than 4/30.Whats new for FL Motor Vehicle Dealers in 2017With c...

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