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What is a surety bond?
A surety bond is a three-party agreement between the principal (the person or business that needs the bond), the obligee (the person or entity that requires the bond), and the surety (the company that issues the bond). The bond guarantees that the principal will fulfill their obligations to the obligee. If the principal fails to do so, the surety will pay the obligee up to the amount of the bond.
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What types of surety bonds are required in Nevada?
There are many different types of surety bonds required in New York, including:
What if I just want to “be bonded”?
If your license or profession has no surety bond requirement attached to it but one still wants to “be bonded”, Surety1.com offers a Business Service Bond at a very affordable price.
Why are surety bonds required?
Surety bonds are required to protect the public and businesses from financial losses caused by fraud, incompetence, or other wrongdoing. For example, a construction bond protects the project owner from financial losses if the contractor fails to complete the project or goes out of business. A license and permit bond protects the public from financial losses if a licensed professional commits fraud or malpractice.
How much does a surety bond cost?
The cost of a surety bond in Nevada varies depending on the type of bond, the amount of the bond, and your financial strength and creditworthiness. Generally speaking, the higher the amount of the bond and the riskier the business, the higher the premium will be. As a rule of thumb, most surety bonds will cost between 1% and 3% of the bond amount, with a minimum cost of $150.00 to $250.00
How to obtain a Nevada Surety Bond
Take advantage of our easy to use, easy to navigate and secure, online applications and get bonded today! Below is a comprehensive list and description of most surety bonds required in the State of New York.
If you encounter any problems along the way, contact us via email @ [email protected] or phone (877)654-2327. Our friendly professional surety bond agents are ready to help.
List of Nevada Surety Bonds