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Kansas Surety Bonds

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Getting a Surety Bond in Kansas

The state of Kansas has established surety bonds requirements for various activities across the state. Just to name a few: contractors, notaries, auto dealers, alcoholic beverage providers, and mortgage brokers all must furnish surety bonds to comply with licensing and permit requirements in Kansas. Others in Kansas who conduct business on customer's property choose to purchase business service bonds to protect customer's from employee theft and other unethical activities.

The Most Common Kansas Surety Bonds

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