AZ Surety Bond
Arizona Surety Bonds is a leading provider of Arizona Surety Bonds for applicants with good credit and bad credit. We make the bonding process simple and fast. Request your free, no-obligation online quote today.
Most Popular Bonds in Arizona
Arizona Surety Bond.
- Business Service Bond Arizona Business Services Bonds, also known as a Fidelity Bond in the surety industry, protect you and your business from the dishonest acts of your employees against your clients and customers.
- Contractor License Bond AZ Contractors Bond, Get a Surety Bond for Contractors in AZ Only takes a Few Minutes to ApplyOur Contractor License Bonds are “INSTANT ISSUE”. What does this mean for you? It means that 1) You get your bond the same day you pay for it 2) There are NO qualifications or underwriting requirements 3) NO CREDIT CHECK means that your price is not dependent on your credit history and getting a bond does not harm your credit score by having it checked.
- Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond Any person who, in the State of Arizona, sells used motor vehicles only to licensed motor vehicle dealers must be licensed as a Motor Vehicle Wholesale Dealer and as part of the licensing requirements.
- Notary Bond A Notary Public is an individual who can legally witness and authenticate the validity of a person’s identity and certify the signing of certain documentation.
- Wholesale Dealer Bond Individuals or businesses who are operating in the capacity of a Wholesale Motor Vehicle Dealer in the State of Arizona are required to post and maintain a Wholesale Motor Vehicle Dealer License Surety Bond.
Types of Arizona Surety Bond
Are those bonds which Arizona contractors need to get when they want to bid on a project in the state of Arizona or are about to start work on a project.
Are those bonds which a number of Arizona courts may request from individuals before they are granted certain rights or are permitted to appeal a judgment.
The bond must be continuous. This means that there is no termination date on the bond. You may be required to pay premiums to the insurance company periodically to keep the bond in force. If this occurs, you will need to replace the bond or your license will be suspended.