Select a popular Connecticut bond to read more about it below.
Several businesses must file a surety bond with the CT DMV, including motor vehicle dealers, repairers, leasing and rental companies, and automobile clubs.
Fidelity Bonds are needed for various business types including cleaning and janitorial services, financial institutions, and businesses offering employee benefit plans.
A Union Bond (also called Wage and Welfare Bond) may be required if you are looking to hire union laborers.
Court Bonds are required on a county level for plaintiffs and defendants in all 50 states going through certain processes such as an appeal or replevin. Replevin bonds, appeal bonds, and lien bonds are examples of court bonds.
Probate Bonds (Fiduciary Bonds) may be for someone acting on behalf of another either for financial and/or medical reasons. These can be for administrators or executors, conservators or guardians, and trustees.
Those working in Connecticut are obligated to protect the interest of the public. The state, and several cities and counties, enforce this protection in the form of surety bonds. There are about 350 types of surety bonds in Connecticut.
So, the surety bond provides protection, but how? The surety bond is written by a third-party guarantor (Jet) that promises to reimburse those financially harmed by a bondholder's fraudulent or negligent actions. Read more about this in our Surety Bond Claims Guide.
You can follow state requirements and make the process stress-free when working with Jet, where we cut out the middleman, delivering the quickest service and lowest rates.
Jet is approved to issue surety bonds in Connecticut (NAIC #16379).