The Nevada Bail Solicitor Bond is required by the Division of Insurance, State of Nevada. Pursuant to NRS 697.190, applicants for a bail solicitor license must provide a $10,000 surety bond. The bond states that the bondholder shall perform the duties of a bail solicitor as provided in Chapter 697 of the NRS and shall account to the State of Nevada and to any person requesting him to solicit business on his behalf.
A Bail Solicitor is any qualified individual who is employed by a Bail Agent to solicit bail transactions on behalf of the Bail Agent. To be considered as a qualified individual, you must have been living in Nevada for at least three months, be at least 18 years old and an employee of a licensed Bail Agency. You must also have completed the State Bail Pre-licensing course and pass the Nevada State Bail Exam. The following items are required as part of the licensing application.
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