The California Nurses Registry Surety Bond is required by the California Secretary of State.
According to California Civil Code, “nurses’ registry means a person who engages in the business of obtaining and filling commitments for nursing service.” Every nurses’ registry must maintain a surety bond in the amount of $3,000 in order to do business in the State of California. This bond must be filled with the Secretary of State. To get it on file, you must send them the executed document and a $30.00 filling fee.
The California Nurses Registry Surety Bond must be in favor of, written for and be payable to the people of California and conditioned so that the bond principal (the person or entity that bought the bond) will comply with relevant laws and pay any and all sums due to individuals and groups.
The bond will benefit of any person(s) damaged by any violation of this title or:
- unlawful acts or omissions
- failure to provide the services of the nurses’ registry in accordance with the contract of the nurses’ registry, its agents, representatives, or employees while acting within the scope of their employment.
CLICK HERE to view a copy of the current of the Nurse Registry Surety Bond.