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Washington Surety Bonds


Washington Surety Bonds

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Most Common Surety Bonds in Washington
For licensed contractors to ensure compliance with state or local regulations and statutes
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For auto dealers or others who buy, sell, auction, or repair cars or other motor vehicles
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Washington Surety Bonds

For the administrator of an estate to ensure settlement duties are handled according to the provisions of the will and the legal requirements of the jurisdiction.

Agricultural product dealers must post surety bonds as required by the Department of Agriculture to ensure regulatory compliance.

For professionals who sell or broker aircraft to ensure ethical business practices

Federal surety bonds required by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Trade Bureau (TTB) for professionals who sell, manufacture, or distribute alcohol products.

Appeal Bonds are required of plaintiffs for the holding process of appealing a judgment in a higher court.

Surety bonds are required for real estate appraisal management companies (AMCs) to ensure compliance and ethical business practices.

A professional auctioneer or auction house posts a surety bond in order to protect the public in the process of auctioning property.

A bid bond is type of contract surety bond required by contractors when submitting proposals for construction projects.

A Business Service Bond is a fidelity bond that protects customers from employee theft. The bond is commonly used in service businesses (aka Janitorial Bond).

Collection Agency Bonds (sometimes called a Debt Collector Bonds) are required by many states to protect consumers against unethical acts committed by debt collectors.

Professional fundraisers and solicitors must post surety bonds in order to legally conduct business in certain states. The bond ensures compliance and lawful business practices.

A Concessionaire bond is required for those who conduct business on a premises owned by a third party.

Loan brokers or those providing loan services must post surety bonds in order to legally conduct business in certain states

Required for certain operators of supplier owned or leased Contract Postal Units

Contract bonds guarantee that a contractor will abide by the specifications of a construction job or contract.

Contractor License Bonds are legally required of most licensed contractors to ensure compliance with state or local regulations and statutes.

Cosmetology schools are required to post surety bonds in order to comply with industry rules and regulations.

Court and probate bonds protect an opposing party in a legal process or guarantee the financial duties of a fiduciary.

Required for businesses or organizations that provide various types of private education.

A Wine Tax Bond is required for businesses engaged in the production, sale, and warehousing of wine.

A DMEPOS Bond (aka Medicare Bond or Medicaid Bond) is a federal bond required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services for durable medical equipment suppliers.

An Employee Theft Bond (aka Employee Dishonesty Bond) is a fidelity bond that protects employers from theft, forgery of documents, embezzlement, or destruction of property committed by employees.

Employment agencies in many states must post surety bonds to legally conduct business. The bond guarantees compliance and financial obligations

ERISA bonds are a requirement of the Employment Retirement Security Act (ERISA) to ensure employee benefit plan administrators exhibit ethical conduct.

For guaranteeing delivery of escrow under prescribed terms and conditions

An Executor bond guarantees adherence to fiduciary duties in the estate settlement process.

A Farm Labor Bond is required as part of the licensing process for those providing farm labor contracting services

For H-2A employers engaged in the recruiting, soliciting, hiring, employing, furnishing, housing, or transporting of agricultural workers

Required for OTIs and NVOCCs licensed by the Federal Maritime Commission

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Commission (FMCSA) for those operating as transportation brokers

Fuel tax bonds are required by law for businesses that use, sell, sell, distribute, or mix motor fuel.

Guardianship Bonds ensure proper handling of funds entrusted to the legal guardian of a minor or incapacitated individual.

A Home Inspector Bond is required of those who provide physical inspections for real estate transactions.

Insurance Broker or Agent Bonds are required for those licensed to sell, negotiate and transact insurance business.

Investment advisers must post surety bonds in order to legally provide customers with investment advice and financial planning services.

Janitorial Service Bonds are a type of business service bond tailored to meet the unique needs of the cleaning industry.

For those acting on behalf of a VA benefit entitled incompetent beneficiary

Required to ensure livestock packers and stockyards conduct business in an ethical and financially responsible manner

Lost Security Bonds are required to receive payment or replacement for a lost or misplaced stock certificate, bond certificate or payment check.

A Lottery Bond (also called a Lotto Bond) is a requirement for establishments that sell lottery tickets.

A maintenance bond is used to ensure that cases of defective materials or workmanship arising after a projects completion are corrected or financially indemnified by the contractor.

A Money Transmitter Bond is required by certain jurisdictions for businesses engaged in the transmission of funds between unrelated parties.

Mortgage Industry Bonds (including Mortgage Broker, Loan Originator, Lender, Servicer or Loan Broker Bonds) are a licensing requirement for mortgage professionals and agencies.

A Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond guarantees that auto dealers and related businesses comply with all state laws and applicable guidelines pertaining to the motor vehicle industry.

Notary Public Bonds are required in many states to protect the state and consumers from negligent actions of a notary public while serving as a commissioned representative.

A Nursing Facility or Resident / Patient Trust Fund Bond is required by long-term care facilities, including nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and businesses offering at-home care.

A payment bond is a type of contract surety bond posted by contractors to ensure that subcontractors and suppliers involved in the project are paid according to agreed upon terms.

A performance bond is a type of contract surety bond that guarantees satisfactory completion of a project under agreed upon terms by a contractor.

Required for contractors involved in right-of-way work along public roadways

A Pest Control Bond is required to ensure compliance with jurisdictional laws and regulations.

A Private Detective or Investigator Bond protects customers in the event of fraudulent or illegal actions by the private detective agency.

A Promoter Bond is a surety bond required to ensure promoters of certain sporting events meet associated payment and performance obligations.

A Public Adjuster Bond (or Insurance Adjuster Bond) guarantees the adjuster will comply with state laws and regulations pertaining to insurance adjusting.

A Public Official Bonds protects against violations of duty committed by a person in a position of official authority that is conferred by a state or other official government entity.

A Release of Lien Bond is required to discharge liens against property.

A Replevin Bond is required by the plaintiff in a court of law to secure property from the defendant.

Required to ensure compliance with state guidelines and financial obligations

Sellers of travel related businesses require surety bonds to ensure ethical business practices and appropriate remittance of travel related proceeds.

A site improvement bond is purchased by contractors to ensure project improvements or renovations.

A subdivision bond is for contractors engaged in the construction and improvement of public projects including streets, sidewalks, utilities and other public structures.

A supply bond is a type of contract surety bond providing a guarantee to project owners that suppliers will deliver all materials, equipment and other supplies as mandated in the contract.

Surplus Lines Broker Bonds are required by the state insurance department as a condition of a license for insurance brokers with surplus lines authority.

A Telemarketing Bond (also known as a Solicitor Bond or Phone Solicitor Bond), is required by telemarketers and telephone solicitors.

A Title Agency Bond is required as a condition of licensure for those who engage in the negotiation and sale of title insurance policies.

A Towing License Bond is required to ensure operators conduct business in accordance with jurisdictional guidelines.

A Trustee Bond is required to ensure that a court or document appointed trustee faithfully performs his or her duties according to the official guidelines.

Utility bonds are required by utility companies to ensure timely payment of the utility bill.

A Title Bond (aka Bonded Title, Certificate of Title Bond, Defective Title Bond, Lost Title or DMV Bond) allows a vehicle owner to claim ownership when a title has been lost, stolen or is missing.

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