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An indemnity agreement is a contract that ‘holds a business or company harmless’ for any burden, loss, or damage.

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A Bail Bond is a type of surety bond that allows a defendant to regain freedom before they appear in court.

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A surety bond claim is a complaint that says you (the Principal) have not fulfilled your obligations stated in the contract of your surety bond.

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What is a conservatorship bond, who needs one, and why having one is important.

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A fiduciary bond, also known as a probate bond, is a type of court bond that guarantees that the fiduciary will execute his/her court-appointed duties faithfully and honestly. The bond protects against fraud, embezzlement, or dishonest acts carried out by a fiduciary.

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A probate bond is a type of court bond that ensures the wishes of a deceased person are carried out ethically and honestly. These bonds promise faithful performance of a duty.

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When you purchase a bond it is considered “fully earned” for its first term. If you purchase a bond and want a refund at any point during the first year, this usually cannot happen. There are specific cases where a refund might be possible.

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Everything you need to know about the New York City Car Wash Bond, how it works, and how to get licensed.

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Surety bonds cannot be cashed. Investment bonds can be cashed. Click here to understand why.

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Employee Dishonesty Bonds protect your business against theft by your employees. They are different from other Fidelity Bonds.

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