The Connecticut Certificate of Title Surety Bond is required by the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles. When the title of a vehicle is damaged or cannot be produced, a bond is generally required. The bond is very easy to obtain; all we need is a filled out application and we can get the bond approved for $150 in most cases.
If you have recently bought a vehicle but the title is lost, damaged, or not properly transferred, you may apply for replacement of certificate title by submitting the following:
In some cases, the commissioner may not be satisfied with the ownership of the vehicle. The said vehicle may still be registered, but according to the Connecticut State Law, the commissioner may require that the applicant should file a Connecticut Certificate of Title Surety Bond to be submitted. This bond must be executed by a company that is licensed to do business in the state.
If the commissioner is requiring a Connecticut Certificate of Title Surety Bond be submitted, they will need to inform you of the bond amount they are requiring. The bond amount will vary based on the value of the specific vehicle, so the surety company cannot tell you what the bond amount needs to be, only the person requiring you to obtain this surety bond can tell you what the amount needs to be.
Please note the bond amount will likely be the value of the car (or sometimes twice this value) but the cost to obtain the bond will only be a small percentage of that bond amount.
Surety1 can issue this bond quickly and at a low rate! All you need to do is fill out our free, easy to navigate application. Within one business day one of our licensed agents will contact you with a quote for how much your bond will cost. Once you sign any necessary paperwork and remit payment, your bond will be shipped to you via USPS Priority Mail, with overnight shipping options available.
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