A Lost Instrument Bond is needed to replace a destroyed, lost or stolen financial instrument or document. The bond amount varies depending on the value of document and the requirements of the company that issued it. Many financial institutions will also require a lost instrument affidavit to be completed so the duplicate can be issued.
The two common surety bond types:
The most common types of lost instruments are cashier’s checks, certified checks, money orders, checks, common and preferred stock certificates.
Other examples of lost instruments are:
SuretyGroup.com has experienced surety bond agents that will guide you through the Oklahoma Lost Instrument process and provide you with the help that you need.
The cost of the premium that you pay for your surety bond will depend on the value of the document or instrument and the bond type. Open penalty bonds cost slightly more than fixed penalty bonds since the value on a fixed penalty bond does not change. Let SuretyGroup.com provide you with a free, no-obligation quote.
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