How Do I Get a Surety Bond in Arkansas?
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Who Requires a Surety Bond?
Many Arkansas state departments and agencies require a surety bond from those applying for a license or permit. The agencies include: Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board, Athletic Commission, Attorney General, Contractors Licensing Board, Department of Human Services, Energy Arkansas, Game and Fish Commission, Insurance Department, Motor Vehicle Commission, Scholarship Lottery, Secretary of State, Securities Department, State Board of Collection Agencies, State Board of Private Career Education, State Plant Board, State Police, Supreme Court of Arkansas, and Tobacco Control Board.
In addition to the state, many municipalities, courts and private entities may have a bond requirement for purposes such as administering an estate, bidding on contracts, or replacing a lost document.
How Much Will This Bond Cost?
Bond amounts in Arkansas vary by the type of bond needed and the bond amount required. The premium or cost that you pay can depend on many factors including bond type, your credit history, length of time in business and may require personal or business financial statements. Our Surety Bond Specialists can give you a free quote that meets your specific bonding needs.
Who Is Required to Obtain a Surety Bond in Arkansas?
There are many reasons why you might need a surety bond. Common uses include bond requirements when applying for a business license or permit. You may also need a bond for certain court situations, or if you are appointed as an executor of an estate. Surety bonds may also be needed when replacing a valuable lost document, or when selling a motor vehicle that has no title.There are many bonds that are required by the state of Arkansas for registration, license and permit, contract, court and tax purposes.