The Latest In School Bonds

By Duke Revard on Apr 15, 2014 3:37:00 PM in

Surety Bond News

    What are School Bonds?   Private School do not benefit from public funding (taxes) and therefore must rely on the tuition paid from enrolled students. However, not all private school are able to remain solvent. In situations where a private school is forced to close down before the end of a ...

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The Latest In Real Estate Appraisal License Bonds

By Duke Revard on Apr 11, 2014 12:28:00 PM in

Surety Bond News, Real Estate Bonds

        What is a Real Estate Appraisal License Bond?   Several States now require that Real Estate Appraisers carry a license bond. These bonds are intended to protect the general public in situations where an Appraiser fails to meet the financial obligations designated in the States Appraisal ...

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The Latest In Court Appeal Bonds

By Duke Revard on Apr 8, 2014 12:08:00 PM in

Surety Bond News, Court Bonds

    What is an Appeal Bond?   An Appeal Bond is the amount of money placed in holding while the appeal is in process. This bond must be supplied by the appellant (plaintiff) who is appealing the court's ruling. The Appeal Bond amount is usually in the amount of the original judgment (though it ...

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New Surety Bond Developments for Money Transmitters

By Duke Revard on Mar 25, 2014 12:45:00 PM in

Surety Bond News, Money Transmitter Bond

                      Surety bond legislation is always changing.   Each State has different money transmitter registration requirements, permissable investments, qualifications, and bond requirements. Be sure to check with the State Legislative body to determine the requirements necessary for you ...

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