Surety bonds guides with AmeriPro Surety Bonds? The purpose of a probate bond is a financial guarantee which ensures that an administrator, a guardian of minors, or whomever is appointed as an heir to an estate will act objectively, lawfully, and in accordance with the law in the administration of the affairs of an estate. Please see Article 5 of the California Probate Code. The bond protects any heirs from losses which occur as a result of theft, fraud, embezzlement, or otherwise unlawful management by an estate’s Representative (of whatever category).
While the Virginia contractor license is a $50,000 surety bond issued in favor of the Commonwealth, the maximum payable amount of any one claim that will be paid from the surety bond, due to the failure of the contractor licensee to pay a judgment, is $20,000. The aggregate total for all claims, however, remains $50,000. Of note is that should any claim be paid against your surety bond, you are required to reimburse the surety for all costs and fees involved in the settlement of any claim.
A DMV registration service business can issue new and replacement license plates and stickers; replacement license plates and stickers; register vehicles transferred out of state to California (but not re-transfer vehicles back to California which were purchased in California, moved out of state, and are now returning to California); conduct vehicle title transfers; conduct registration renewals; and pay late fees. Find even more information on Florida Probate bonds.
In Florida, you will be required to submit the obligation to the surety agency from where you purchased your surety bond (namely, us) and we will submit the application and the surety bond to the Florida Secretary of State. The $7,500 Florida notary bond is a surety bond required by the Notary Commission as a prerequisite for licensing. The Commission is also the obligee for this bond. The notary bond protects others from acts of fraud and criminal malfeasance in their performance of notarial acts. Of note, the notary bond protects others, only, from wrongful acts committed by a notary.
Setting up a retirement fund for your employees? You may need this fiduciary bond for your fund manager to comply with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act. If you’ve asked for a writ of attachment during your lawsuit, the court may require you to file an attachment bond to protect the defendant against undue losses. This bond is likely to be required if you are to become the executor of an estate. Ensure all interested parties that you will manage the estate correctly with a probate bond. See additional information at NY court bonds.