How To Get Your Florida Mobile Home Dealer License

By Crystal Ignatowski on Mar 24, 2017 10:39:00 AM in

Mobile Home Dealer Bonds

    Florida law states that any person, firm, partnership, or corporation that buys, sells, offers for sale, displays for sale, or deals 1 (one) or more mobile homes in a 12-month period is considered to be a mobile home dealer and must get licensed.   Here are the steps to get your Florida Mobile ...

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What Are Surety Bond Continuation Certificates?

By Duke Revard on Mar 24, 2017 9:49:00 AM in

Surety Bonds 101

  What is a Continuation Certificate for Surety Bond?   The short answer is: a document that continues the life of the original surety bond.   Not sure what a surety bond is? Read our What Is A Surety Bond post....

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12 Influences Of Surety Bond Cost (And How To Get Around Them)

By Crystal Ignatowski on Mar 24, 2017 7:25:00 AM in

Cost of Surety Bonds

  One of the most common questions relating to surety bonds is 'how much does a surety bond cost?' Unfortunately, there isn't a magic number. Surety bond cost is influenced by many factors. Some factors can be controlled, while others cannot. Here are the top influences of surety bond cost and what ...

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What Is The Difference Between A Judicial Bond And A Probate Bond?

By James Fleming on Mar 23, 2017 10:05:00 AM in

Court Bonds

    Do you need a Judicial Bond or a Probate Bond? Both bonds protect individuals who are involved in legal proceedings, and both can be ordered by the courts.   Aside from those general similarities, Judicial and Probate Bonds are quite different. Here's how to tell which one you need.  ...

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How To Become The Next Best Boxing Promoter

By Crystal Ignatowski on Mar 23, 2017 7:26:00 AM in

Promoter Bonds

Professional boxing promoters recruit boxers, set up matches, and advertise events. Boxing promoters cover all the expenses, including all the people involved in the boxing match, such as timekeepers, referees, judges, and medical personnel.   Boxing promoters are responsible for every single ...

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Getting Your New York Process Server License

By Rick Marsland on Mar 23, 2017 6:18:00 AM

    A process server is an individual that delivers court documents (often summons) to another person (often a defendant). This allows a court to ensure a party is informed of legal action.     A business must have a Process Serving Agency License if they serve five (5) or more processes in a year. ...

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What Is Personal Indemnity?

By James Fleming on Mar 22, 2017 9:18:00 AM in

Surety Bonds

  When you're getting a surety bond, the surety company will ask you to sign a personal indemnity agreement. What is this indemnity agreement?   When you sign a personal indemnity agreement, you're agreeing to take responsibility for losses that a surety company incurs on your behalf.   You can ...

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What Are Performance Bonds And When Do You Need Them?

By Duke Revard on Mar 22, 2017 9:17:00 AM in

Contractor License Bonds

  It's not a secret that consumers have been burned by unscrupulous contractors time after time. Whether it's because of contractors questionably subcontracting out projects, delaying the development and going over budget, or applying other deceitful practices, consumers have now become extra ...

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What Is A Judicial Bond?

By James Fleming on Mar 22, 2017 8:58:00 AM in

Court Bonds

    When you're involved in court proceedings, do you need a Judicial Bond? Surety bonds are designed to safeguard the interests of those who could be impacted if you fail to follow through on your obligations.   When you're involved in a court case, you have a number of obligations to others ...

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How Is A Personal Representative Bond Different Than A Probate Bond?

By James Fleming on Mar 21, 2017 6:12:00 PM in

Court Bonds

  When you are appointed as the administrator or executor of an estate, you take on a large responsibility. One of the things that you need to do is to show that you are reliable and capable of administering the estate on behalf of others. You might be confused on if you need a Personal ...

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