Some of the more common required bonds for licenses, registration, permits and contracts for Kentucky include:
Administrator Bond, Executor Bond, Guardianship Bond or Conservator Bond
Bond For Business Opportunity Registration
Buyer Club Registration--includes Vacation Club Registration
Contract Bond -- Includes Bid Bond, Payment and Performance Bond
Debt Adjuster Registration Surety Bond
Health Spa Registration Bond Corporate Surety
Highway Use Bond
Investment Adviser Registration Bond
Home Inspector Pre-Licensing Course Provider Bond
Land Use Registation Performance Bond
Lost Instrument Bond
Bond To Operate Money Transmission Business
Surety Bond For Mortgage Loan Broker License -- Surety Bond For Mortgage Loan Company License
Motor Fuels License Bond -- Includes: Gasoline Dealer License Bond, Special Fuels Dealer License Bond, Liquefied Petroleum Gas Dealer License Bond, Motor Fuels Transporter License Bond
Motor Vehicle Dealer License Bond -- Includes: Wholesale Dealer License Bond, New Franchise Dealer License Bond, Used Motor Vehicle Dealer License Bond, Motorcycle Dealer License Bond, Motorcycle Leasing Dealer License Bond, Auction Dealer License Bond, Restricted Dealer License Bond, Mobility Dealer License Bond, Restricted Recycling License Bond, Automotive Recycling License Bond
Notary At Large Bond
Oil and Gas Permit Surety Bond -- Includes: Blanket Wells Permit Bond, Individual Well Permit Bond, Property Bond
Professional Solicitor Registration Bond Promoter License Bond -- Includes: Wrestling Promoter License Bond, Boxing Promoter License Bond
Public Adjuster License Bond
School Surety Bond -- Includes Proprietary Educational Institutions Blanket Agent Surety Bond
Telemarketer License Bond
Vacation Club Surety Bond
Waste Tire Hauler Bond
Water Well Driller Performance Bond--includes Monitoring Well Driller Performance Bond
What Does A Kentucky Surety Bond Cost?
Bond amounts in Kentucky 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.
SuretyGroup.com has been underwriting surety bonds for over 35 years throughout the US. We have a team of experienced surety agents and in-house underwriting authority, which gives us a unique advantage over other surety companies.