Surety Solutions
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A Discharge of Mechanic's Lien Bond removes a lien from property and validates non-payment.

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An exonerated surety bond is a surety bond that has been released or discharged by the courts. Most bonds do not need to be exonerated, but some do. Common bonds that need to be exonerated include bail bonds and court bonds.

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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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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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Everything you need to know about viatical settlements in Montana, and how to get licensed as a Montana Viatical Settlement Provider.

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Rate Refunding Bonds are a type of surety bond used by utility companies that are planning on increasing their rates. Utility companies can increase their rates without approval if they first furnish a Rate Refunding Bond.

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If you purchase a Probate Bond, you do not get the money back that you paid for the bond. Period.

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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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