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Kansas Private Detective or Investigator Bonds


Kansas Private Detective or Investigator Bond Information

Private Detectives and Detective Agencies in Kansas who have been granted a license to do business by the Attorney General must furnish a surety bond. The purpose of the surety bond is to ensure proper and honest business conduct as a detective or as a detective agency in accordance with all state laws and regulations. Any person injured by an unlawful act on the part of the principal, its employees or agents is entitled to bring an action on the bond to recover financial damages.

How Much Does a Private Detective or Investigator Bond Cost in Kansas?

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