Tennessee, "Tanasqui" in the Cherokee language was first explored by the spanish. Originally part of North Carolina, Tennessee was admitted to the Union as the 16th state. With its statehood came the adoption of English common law and with it suretyship. Tennessee surety bonds are generally state and local permit bonds however given its strategic placement in coal and shale gas territory reclamation bonds are common. Here are some of the most popular surety bonds.
Required by the Department of Commerce and Insurance in the amount of $50,000. *Special surety bond program available.
Bonding is generally required by the state and many localities. We offer surety bonds for ALL of them.
Pursuant to T.C.A. § 62-39-408, the Real Estate Appraisal Commission requires a surety bond in the amount of $20,000.
Required by the Tennessee Bureau of Highways to require repair to state and local roads, curbs and state property.
Required by the Department of Commerce, a commercial auto dealer bond must be filed with the motor vehicle division in them amount of $50,000.
Required by the Department of Financial Institutions in amount set by statute. Licensing and electronic bonding processed through NMLS.
Required by the Department of Commerce from contractors that offer home improvement work valued at $3,000 or greater.
A dishonesty bond which protects the clients of a cleaning service from loss due to janitorial employee acts.
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Tennessee surety bonds are required for many professional licenses by the state and local government offices. "L&P" bonds, public official bonds, Tennessee notary bonds, judicial bonds and miscellaneous surety bonds are prevalent and required for most regulated activities. In order to receive a quote generally we need only a complete commercial surety bond application. Larger surety bond requests and those that contain financial guarantees may require submission of personal and business financial statements. Damaged credit? New resident in Tennessee without a credit history? No problem! We decline NO ONE.
Surety bond application review and quoting are free of charge. There is no obligation to purchase.