Types of Bonds AmeriAgency Writes

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A surety bond is defined as a contract among at least three parties: the obligee: the party who is the recipient of an obligation. the principal: the primary party who will perform the contractual obligation. the surety: who assures the obligee that the principal can perform the task.

There are many different types of bonds.  Below are examples of the types of bonds AmeriAgency writes.

 

DEALERS
Auto, boat, implement, trailer, etc.
• Auctioneer
• Certificate of title
• ERISA
• Motor vehicle dealer
FARMERS, AGRICULTURE
DEALERS AND
OTHER COMMERCIAL
AGRIBUSINESSES
• Breweries
• Dealer
grain, livestock, milk, poultry, etc.
• Distilled spirits/wineries
• Ethanol
• Fuel tax
• Grain warehouse
• Packers and stockyards
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
• Court
replevin, attachment
• Lost securities
• Mortgage broker
• Notary public
INSURANCE AGENTS
• Agent/broker/producer/adjuster
• ERISA
• Mortgage broker dealer
• Notary public
• Vehicle title agent
NURSING HOMES

• Employee dishonesty
• Resident fund/trust accounts
PROFESSIONAL OFFICES
AND NON-PROFIT
ORGANIZATIONS
• Employee dishonesty
• ERISA
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES
Board members, clerks,
sheriffs, treasurers, etc.
• Notary public
• Public official

Call AmeriAgency today at 615-209-9362 for help with your bond needs.

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