The California License Agent Sales Bond is required by the Department of Fish and Wildlife for the State of California.
The California Fish and Wildlife License Agent Sales Bond is required by the state to ensure the proper accounting of associated fees for the sale of Fish and Wildlife licenses. It also helps serve to regulate the selling of licenses.
In order to complete the application to become a Fish and Wildlife License Agent, you must provide proof on your license application that you have obtained a surety bond. The bond must be valid for the term of your license. The amount of this surety bond must be no less than $1,000. This bond guarantees and insures that you, your agents, and employees will faithfully preform and fulfill all responsibilities and duties to your clients.
The basic stipulation of the bond should be to bind you as the bond principal (the person or entity who bought the bond) and the surety company jointly to the clients seeking to use your services to get a Fish and Wildlife license.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife requires that those interesting in becoming a Fish and Wildlife License Sales Agent have:
- high speed internet
- a bank account
- counter space for Point of Sale Equipment
- equipment deposit of $1,000
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