Bonds info by AmeriPro Bonds? For any probate surety bond up to and including $100,000, our agency offers this bond to you immediately after the completion of an application, supplying the court documents ordering the surety bond, and payment of the premium. There is no credit check nor underwriter review for probate surety bonds of any category up to a $100,000 surety requirement. The bond is issued to you immediately after payment of the premium.
The Virginia contractor license bond is a $50,000 surety bond required of contractors as a condition of licensing. There is no credit check for this bond; you are therefore, automatically approved. If the bond is purchased for 1 year, the premium is $1500; if purchased for 2 years, the premium is $2700, a $300 savings. When you call our agency, we’ll take the application from you over the phone. The application just consists of the name, exactly as it should appear on your bond, along with your address and phone number.
You are automatically approved for the $25,000 registration services bond. After completion of an application — which we’ll take from you over the phone — and payment of the premium, the bond is issued to you immediately. There is no credit check nor underwriter review for this bond. Once issued, a copy of the bond can be sent to you by email; however, it is the original bond — which you will sign as Principal — which you should file with the Department of Motor Vehicles. The original bond will be sent to you by the following business day. See extra details at AmeriPro Surety.
The cost of the Florida notary bond is a one-time premium of just $50.00. We refer to this surety bond as “instant issue”. This means that there is no credit check involved. You will be merely asked to fill out an application — which we can take right over the phone – pay the one time premium of $50, and the bond will be filed on your behalf by our agency. The state only accepts original notary bonds, not copies.
Court bonds are often needed when taking an action through the court system. Just like any other bond they may be mandatory to limit or eliminate financial losses or for insurance for a court-appointed assignment. Court bonds are categorized as Judicial Bonds, and Fiduciary/Probate Bonds. To file a lawsuit, you may be required by the court to guarantee that you will compensate the defense if you lose. Then you’ll need a Plaintiff Bond. Move forward with your claim today! Do you believe a court decision is unfair to you? In order to appeal it, the court will require an appeal bond from you. Apply now to appeal the judgment you disagree with. Find additional information at AmeriPro Surety.