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The main difference between the two is a Judicial Bond promises payment of a sum of money, while a Fiduciary Bond only promises faithful and honest performance of a duty.

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An Executor Bond is a type of surety bond that guarantees the Executor will administer the estate according to law.

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An administrator bond is a type of surety bond that protects the estate and those who have an interest in it. This bond does not protect the administrator.

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When you sign a personal indemnity agreement, you're agreeing to take responsibility for losses that a surety company incurs on your behalf.

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What Is A Judicial Bond?

By James Fleming • March 22, 2017

What is a judicial bond, when you need one, and how to get one.

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In short, the term "Personal Representative Bond" and "Probate Bond" essentially mean the same thing.

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When you sell new or used vehicles in the state of Washington, you need a motor vehicle dealer bond.

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In Tennessee, your surety bond amount depends on the taxes you've paid in the last 6 months of business.

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Surety bond products provide financial protection to customers, beneficiaries, and many others who are in a vulnerable financial position.

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Avoid these common mistakes Rookie Contractors make in their first year.

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