In North Carolina, there are 117 surety bonding requirements that individuals and business need to acquire. 98 different government departments, agencies, commissions, counties and cities regulate various industries and operations with the North Carolina and use the surety bond as a tool to protect North Carolina's exquisite landscape and people.
Various NC government entities require surety bonds for construction work. Contractor bonds are needed for licenses, permits, and contracts.
Court and probate bonds are needed for plaintiffs and defendants, personal representatives, and fiduciaries.
Bonds for businesses including as mortgage brokers/lenders, pawnbrokers, and collection agencies.
Employee Dishonesty, Business Service, Janitorial Service, ERISA, and Notary Bonds.
Auto dealers, commercial drivers, and other vehicle and transportation-related licensees need a surety bond.
Post secondary schools, barber and cosmetology schools, real estate schools, and private proprietary schools are required to obtain a license bond.
Cigarette/tobacco tax businesses, alcoholic beverage wholesalers/importers, and liquor transportation companies require sales tax bonds.
Some bonds have their own rules and cannot be categorized with others such as Solicitor, Agriculture/Fish & Game, Utility Deposit, and Environmental/Reclamation bonds.
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A $50,000 Auto Dealer Bond is required for the NC business’ first location, with another $25,000 bond required for each additional location.
When ownership of a vehicle cannot be verified, the NCDMV requires a Motor Vehicle Certificate of Title Indemnity Bond.
The LUESA requires property owners/contractors performing construction work in Mecklenburg county to post a surety bond.
Utility providers require business account customers to provide a Utility Deposit Bond in order to activate electrical or gas service.