Arizona Hard to Find Surety Bonds

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School Bonds

The Arizona State Board of Barbers requires this $25,000 license bond for barber schools throughout the entirety of their education offering.

This bond is enforced by the Arizona State Board for Private Postsecondary Education as a licensing requirement for vocational and higher learning institutions.

Arizona cosmetology schools must have a $10,000 surety bond on file with the Arizona State Board of Cosmetology.

Other Bonds

The $10,000 Arizona Aircraft Dealer Bond is needed for those buying, selling, or exchanging aircrafts and required by the AZ Department of Transportation.

The cities of Payson, Mesa, Chandler, Prescott, and Casa Grande require peddlers to file a bond prior to selling/soliciting.

The City of Tucson mandates Class B auctioneers (non-livestock) to hold a $5,000 surety bond.

Private investigators must hold a surety bond and be licensed with the Arizona Department of Public Safety.

A $20,000 Fight/Boxing Promoter Bond required by the Arizona State Boxing and Mixed Martial Arts Commission for fight promoters.

The Arizona State land Department enforces the Reclamation and Damage Bond for mining operations in the state.

Full service drug wholesalers, both resident and non-resident, are required to post a $100,000 bond with the Arizona Board of Pharmacy.

The Industrial Commission of Arizona allows large employers who meet certain criteria to self-insure for their workers' compensation coverage.

The Electronic Records Access Bond is required by the Department of Transportation for organizations purchasing electronic personal information from the DMV.

This $100,000 license bond is mandatory for telephone solicitor companies and must be filed with the Arizona Secretary of State.

Home inspectors must secure a license bond to file with the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration in order to be certified.

Various utility companies in Arizona allow certain businesses and individuals to hold a surety bond as opposed to paying the full security deposit.

Ignition interlock installers must secure a $200,000 bond with the Arizona Department of Transportation.