Arizona Requires Bonds For The Following:
Aircraft Dealer License
Bail Bond Agent License
Certificate of Title -- Also known as Lost Title
Collection Agency License
Contract -- Includes Bid Bond, Payment and Performance, Pima County
Contractor License -- Includes: Residential General Contractor, Residential Specialty Contractor, Commercial General Contractor, Commercial Specialty Contractor
Debt Management Company License
Electronic Data Services
Escrow Agent License
Fuel Supplier -- Includes: Motor Fuel Supplier
Home Inspector Registration
IFTA (International Fuel Tax Agreement)
Ignition Interlock Installer
License & Permit -- Includes: City of Mesa, City of Peoria, City of Glendale, City of Phoenix, City of Tempe, City of Tucson, Town of Marana
Manufactured Home -- Includes: Retailer of Manufactured Home, Retailer of Mobile Home, Retail Factory Built-Building, Manufactured Master Retailer
Money Transmitter License
Mortgage Broker -- Includes: Commercial Mortgage Broker, Commercial Mortgage Banker, Mortgage Banker
Motor Vehicle Dealer -- Includes: New Motor Vehicle Dealer, Used Motor Vehicle Dealer, Public Consignment Auction Dealer, Motor Vehicle Broker, Wholesale Auto Auction Dealer, Wholesale Motor Vehicle Dealer, Automotive Recycler
Oil Well Permit -- Includes: Oil Well Single, Oil Well Blanket
Oversize Permit -- Includes: Maricopa County
Prescription Drug Wholesaler
Private Postsecondary Education
Telephone Solicitor Registration -- Includes Contracted Fundraiser
Towing Company Level One Motor Vehicle Inspection
Utilities -- Includes: Arizona Water Company, Citizens Utilities Company, City of Mesa, City of Phoenix, City of Stafford, City of Yuma, Citizens Utilities Company, Southwest Gas Corporation, Tucson Electric Company, Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph Company, Salt River Project Agriculture Improvement and Power District, Navopache Electric Cooperative, Southern Union Gas Company, Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Company Coop
What Does an Arizona Surety Bond Cost?
Bond amounts in Arizona vary by the type of bond needed and the state's requirements.
The premium cost that you pay can depend on many factors including bond type, your credit history and length of time in business.
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How Do I Get an Arizona Surety Bond?
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