Lost Instrument Surety Bonds are commonly required by issuers of securities or their agents to indemnify them from any financial loss as a result of issuing duplicate securities. The most common types of lost instruments are common and preferred stock certificates and municipal and corporate bonds.
If you own a valuable document that has been lost, stolen or destroyed, the bond protects the original issuer from any financial loss as a result of issuing a duplicate and is sent to the financial that the certificate originated from.
Lost instruments or douments generally require an affidavit or statement that explains how and when the document was lost or discovered to be missing. The affidavit will then need to be sent to the orginal issuer of the missing document. If the missing document is later found, the issuer will need to be notified of this information.
The cost, which is the premium that you pay, will depend on whether the surety bond is a fixed penalty or an open penalty, and the value of the document. Fixed and open penalty bonds start as low as 1.5% for good credit. Our Surety Bond Specialists can provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.
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