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In all 50 states, motor vehicle dealers must hold a surety bond to be licensed. Read more details about the bonding requirement here.
Over 1,000 different state, county, and city agencies require contractor bonds across America to help protect the public from illegal/unethical contractor actions.
A contract bond, aka performance bond, is a project-specific guarantee between a contractor and their hiring party. Construction jobs may require the contractor to secure this bond prior to starting work to guarantee they will perform work according to their contractual obligations.
Freight Brokers are required by the FMCSA to hold a $75,000 surety bond in order to broker loads across state lines. Sometimes referred to as the BMC-84 or ICC Broker bonds. Freight Forwarders, Freight & Property Brokers and Household Goods Brokers are required to have this bond.
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.
Probate Bonds, aka Fiduciary Bonds, are required by county courts throughout America for someone acting on behalf of another either for financial and/or medical reasons.
You’re a contractor hiring union laborers and while those skilled workers come with benefits you are sure to run into some red tape with the union, such as a Union Bond requirement.
Fidelity Bonds are needed for various business types including cleaning and janitorial services, financial institutions, and businesses offering employee benefit plans.
In nearly every state, mortgage brokers, lenders, servicers, and loan originators require a license and surety bond before they may provide any mortgage-related services to the public.
A notary bond guarantees the notary will comply with the law and fulfill their duties to protect the public from monetary loss resulting from dishonest or fraudulent acts by the notary.
In most states, title agents and agencies (sometimes called escrow agents/agencies, abstractors, or title insurers) must acquire a license and surety bond. Discover more details on the bonding requirement here.
Looking for general information about surety bonds? Check out our Surety Bonds Guide.
Not all surety bonds fall into the above categories. To read more details about your bond requirement, select the state below that the surety bond is required in.