Obtaining a surety bond for a North Carolina license or permit, court proceedings and performance bonds for contracts is easy. The requirement for applying for simple commercial surety bonds is generally a completed application. Most local permit bonds and small compliance bonds do not require a credit review.
Needed by enterprises engaged in the collection of delinquent credit accounts. Domestic, alien and foreign agencies have different requirements.
Required by the North Carolina Irrigation Contractors' Board. This is a $10,000 surety bond.
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. Two year minimum bond term.
Required by Landscape Contractors' Licensing Board from all landscapers. $10,000 surety bond.
Required by law for dealers/sellers of mobile homes. Manufactured home Set-up Contractors must also bond.
Dishonesty bonds which protect a cleaning service's clients losses due to the dishonest acts of the service's employees.
Required by the Department of Transportation from contractors performing work adjoining state maintained roads.
Required by the North Carolina Banking Commission from mortgage brokers, bankers, mortgage loan originators and servicers.
A $5,000 surety bond required from all pawnbrokers in North Carolina.
Surety bond required by the NC DMV in an amount equal to no less than one and one half times vehicle value. (Title bond to indemnify previous owners or lienholders.)
A three-years surety bond in an amount determined by the North Carolina Education Lottery (NCEL).
The North Carolina Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors requires licensees to file an unlimited ($150,000) or intermediary ($60,000) letter of bondability.
Surety bond for dealers of tobacco products other than cigarettes. Bond amount set by Revenue Department from $2,000 to $2mn on reported tax liability.
A surety bond in the amount of $175,000, $500,000 or $1mn based on class. Required by North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors.
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Most North Carolina surety bonds are simple compliance 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 for quoting. Larger surety bond requests and those bond obligations that contain onerous provisions will require submission of personal and business financial statements. Surety bonds are similar to unsecured lines of credit therefore personal credit condition can be a factor in underwriting and rating decisions. We offer non-standard programs to applicants that may have damaged credit or may not have developed a consumer credit history. We decline NO ONE, but rather offer pricing that fits each applicant need.
Surety bond application review and quoting are free of charge. There is no obligation to purchase.