The California Process Server Surety Bond is required by specific counties in the State of California.
A process server gives notice to the defendant of a pending lawsuit against them. They personally deliver legal notice and court documents to the defendant of the lawsuit. Those looking to obtain a process server license usually must submit a California Process Server Surety Bond before they may be granted a license.
The California Process Server Surety Bond is to protect the public by ensuring the court that the documents are delivered to the correct person within the methods and time frames determined by the state. It helps ensure their compliance with rules and regulations governing process servers in their local jurisdictions. It protects the state from the mishandling of documents or malpractice on behalf of the process server.
This bond and bond amount will vary slightly from county to county. For example, in San Bernardino County, Alameda County, and El Dorado County the required bond amount is $2,000. However, San Bernardino and El Dorado Counties require the bond be effective for two years.
How do I to get a California Process Server Surety Bond?
Simply complete our easy to navigate, online application and an agent will provide you with a firm quote within 1 business day. Surety Solutions Insurance Services, inc. (Surety1) is located in Rancho Corodva California (near Sacramento), is licensed in all 50 states and is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau.