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How To Start A Winery In Oregon

By Duke Revard on Jun 13, 2017 11:34:00 AM in

Oregon Bonds

  If you are planning on starting your own winery in Oregon, you are going to need to get licensed.  This guide explains the steps need to get an Oregon Winery License. For resources on establishing a vineyard, water and land use, economics, and more please view the following resources: Resources - ...

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Oregon Personal Representative Bond - What You Need To Know

By Duke Revard on May 16, 2017 9:09:00 AM in

Oregon Bonds

  Managing the affairs of an estate is a large responsibility. When you're acting as the personal representative for someone who's passed away, you need to reassure all of those involved that you can act responsibly to manage that person's affairs. One way to reassure those involved is by securing ...

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How To Get An Oregon Public Works (BOLI) Bond

By Duke Revard on Mar 29, 2017 6:57:00 AM in

Oregon Bonds

  Contractors in Oregon who are working on public works projects with a total project cost of more than $100,000 must file an Oregon Public Works Bond with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB).     Wondering how much an Oregon BOLI Bond would cost you?   ...

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How To Get An Oregon Car Dealer License

By Megan Hinojosa on Mar 2, 2017 8:16:00 AM in

Auto Dealer Bonds, Oregon Bonds

Oregon residents have a high demand for vehicles, but in order to start your own car dealership you need to go through the process of being licensed and bonded. Here are the steps you need to take to start a car dealership in Oregon and get your Oregon Dealer License: Short on time? Read our Motor ...

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How Much Does A Conservatorship Bond Cost?

How much does a Conservatorship Bond cost? Conservatorship can be costly because there are fees that are incurred before conservatorship is actually established by the court, and also ongoing fees that continue during conservatorship.   Want more information? View our FREE ...

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Oregon Construction Flagging Contractors: Licensed & Bonded

By Crystal Ignatowski on Apr 14, 2016 2:55:28 PM in

Contractor License Bonds, Oregon Bonds

  Oregon construction flagging contractors will need to become licensed and bonded soon. Senate Bill 596 was signed into law June of 2015 and it takes effect on July 1, 2017. Once the bill takes effect, construction flagging contractors in Oregon will no longer be able to work without an Oregon ...

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How To Become A Boxing Promoter In Oregon

By Rick Marsland on Jun 29, 2015 3:20:00 PM in

Oregon Bonds

  Being a promoter for boxing or other combat sports can be an exciting and lucrative endeavor, but before you start promoting fights in Oregon you will need to get an Oregon Boxing Promoter License to do so.     A promoter is anyone licensed by the superintendent to arrange or host a boxing, ...

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Oregon Court Bond - Guardian/Conservator/Trustee

By Duke Revard on May 25, 2015 7:46:00 PM in

Oregon Bonds

  Becoming a guardian, conservator, or trustee is a huge responsibility. You must manage another person's affairs and may need to ensure that person is well cared for. To ensure that the interests of the obligee are protected, you will need to secure an Oregon Court Bond....

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Oregon Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond In The Amount Of $40,000

By Duke Revard on May 18, 2015 7:52:00 AM in

Oregon Bonds

  As a motor vehicle dealer, you're responsible for ensuring that your customers are happy with their new purchase. You're also responsible for complying with state and federal laws surrounding the sale and purchase of new motor vehicles. This job brings with it a lot of responsibility. How can you ...

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Oregon Highway Use Tax Bond

By Duke Revard on May 11, 2015 7:30:00 AM in

Oregon Bonds

  Oregon Highway Use Tax Bonds are required by the Oregon Department of Transportation Motor Carrier Transportation Division. An Oregon Highway Use Tax Bond is a type of surety bond that promises you will pay your highway taxes. If you operate a commercial vehicle with a gross weight of over 26,000 ...

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