In March 1959, Congress passed the Hawaii Admission Act and soon thereafter Hawaii became a state. Modern suretyship has been practiced on the islands since the 1960s. We offer all classes of fidelity insurance and surety bonds in Hawaii.
Needed by enterprises engaged in the collection of delinquent credit accounts.
Needed by enterprises engaged in the placement of individual job applicants with employers.
Needed by companies and individuals engaged in the business of adjusting insurance claims and losses.
Required for all auto dealers that sell, trade or auction vehicles for compensation.
Required by the Vocational Licensing Board from all private investigators and security guard companies.
Required by law for installers of mobile homes under the Housing and Urban Development Program.
Dishonesty bonds which protect a cleaning service's clients losses due to the dishonest acts of its employees.
Hawaii supersedeas (appeal), TRO injunction, attachment, replevin and other surety bonds needed in judicial proceedings.
We are pleased to offer these with errors and omissions coverage at no extra charge.
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Most Hawaii surety bonds are simple, transactional bonds that do NOT contain contract performance guarantees. License and permit bonds, public official bonds, court bonds and miscellaneous surety bonds are the major categories of this class. Bonds under $25,000 generally require only a completed application to underwrite. Larger surety bond requests and those bond obligations that contain language or provisions that are onerous to the surety company will require review of personal and business financial statements. Surety bonds are essentially unsecured credit instruments therefore personal credit is an important factor in certain underwriting and rating decisions. We offer non standard program access to applicants that may have damaged credit or may not have had the opportunity to develop a consumer credit history. We decline no application, but rather offer terms that fit each applicant.