Florida’s Seminole County requires a surety bond, also known as a Florida Seminole County License Bond, in order to obtain any kind of business license.
What is the purpose of a Florida Seminole County License Bond?
Unlike insurance, this bond protects the obligee, in this case Seminole County, rather than the principal/bond holder, which in this case is the business owner. The bond protects the county against all loss or damage occasioned by the negligence of the business owner. If the business owner failed to comply with the business regulations of Seminole County, a claim can be made on the bond which the surety company (the company issuing the bond) must pay out if settled. However, the business owner must then repay the surety for any losses incurred due to the claim.
The amount required of a Florida Seminole County License Bond is $10,000 but the cost to obtain this bond will only be a small percentage of this bond amount.
More information regarding Seminole County’s licensing requirements can be found on their website.
Where can I get a Florida Seminole County License Bond?
In order to obtain this bond, simply fill out our free online application! One of our licensed agents will contact you within one business day with a quote for the price to obtain your bond (the “premium”). If you choose to move forward after receiving your quote, we will have you sign any necessary paperwork and remit the premium payment, at which time we will ship your Florida Seminole County License Bond to you via USPS Priority Mail (with overnight shipping options also available).
Why choose Surety1?
At Surety1, our agents work with over a dozen “A” rated surety markets to ensure we are finding you the lowest price for your bond. We’ve been issuing surety bonds since 2003 and our quality, reliable service has led us to an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau! Licensed in all 50 states.