There are over 150 types of Utah bonds Jet can write. Check out some of the top hitters:
Dealers of vehicles, motorcycles, small trailers, and off-highway vehicles need a surety bond. Body shops, crushers, and special equipment dealers do, too.
Fidelity Bonds are needed for various business types including cleaning and janitorial services, financial institutions, and businesses offering employee benefit plans.
Hiring union laborers? While those skilled workers come with benefits you are sure to run into some red tape with the union, such as a Union Bond (Wage and Welfare) requirement.
Court Bonds are required on a county level for plaintiffs and defendants going through certain court processes. Replevin bonds, appeal bonds, and lien bonds are examples of court bonds.
Probate Bonds, also referred to as Fiduciary Bonds, are required by county courts for someone acting on behalf of another either for financial or medical reasons. These can be for administrators or executors, conservators or guardians, and trustees.
Regulated individuals and businesses in Utah are often required to hold a surety bond to operate. Jet takes away the stress of obtaining a bond with our streamlined process. We can help you out whether you're an auctioneer, a motor club, a motor vehicle dealer, a credit services organization, or something else.
Surety bonds provide a guarantee of compensation to anyone that is financially harmed by a regulated person or entity (principal). If a Utah motor vehicle dealer refuses to deliver a title with the purchase of a vehicle on their lot, the customer may file a claim on the dealer's license bond to recover damages up to the bond limit. Read how to avoid claims and the claim process in our Surety Bond Claims Guide.
Jet's streamlined bond application gets you quoted and bonded quickly, often within minutes. When able, Jet will file the bond for you to simplify and speed up the process even more.
Jet is approved to issue surety bonds in Utah (NAIC #16379).