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Bonds are a confusing topic. There are surety bonds for various purposes, one of which is for vehicles. A title bond—also known as a "Certificate of Title Surety" — is a type of surety bond. You may need a title bond if your vehicle's title is: Missing Defective Illegible READ MORE >>

If your business needs a surety bond, you may be concerned about how much it will cost. Businesses already have to pay a lot to both start operations and to continue operating. Your business may or may not need a surety bond. Thankfully, even if it does, surety bonds have a one-time payment — not a recurring payment. READ MORE >>

Surety bonds are most simply defined as follows: Party A (the principal) promises to do a job for Party B (the obligee). And Party C (the surety) promises to reimburse Party B if Party A does not meet their promise. The surety bond is typically bought from an insurance company. READ MORE >>

Surety bonds have become vital to businesses of all sizes — and across many industries. They let customers hold businesses to certain performance, integrity and transparency standards — thereby maintaining accountability. READ MORE >>

Surety refers to an agreement that makes sure that one party will receive what they are owed from the other party. The person or organization who will have to pay the debt in the event the debtor cannot make the payments is referred to as the surety or the guarantor. Here's more about how surety bonds work. READ MORE >>

A surety bond refers to a contract formed between three parties. The three parties are the principal, the surety, and the obligee. The purpose of a surety bond is confirmation of the surety's responsibility to ensure that the principal will behave in accordance with the bond's terms. READ MORE >>

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