The State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Division of Professions, regulates the seller of talent agency process. The division is responsible for licensing, complaints, and investigations. Florida Statutes 468 Part VII, Rule 61G19 and Chapter 455 further details talent agency licensing. Talent agents or talent agencies that represent more than one client or family members in Florida will need to apply for a license and surety bond.
The premium that you pay for a Florida Talent Agency Surety Bond is dependent on credit and experience.
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