Surety Bonds on the Rocks

Written by JoAnn Smith on February 15th, 2016. Posted in Lost Securities Bonds, On The Rocks, Surety Bond Blog

INDEMNTIY BONDS   If you have lost a cashier’s check, Stock Certificate, Promissory Note or other valuable article you will be in need of an Indemnity Surety bond.  This bond is also called a lost instrument bond. This bond is necessary to replace the lost article. Indemnity bonds are required to ensure that the obligee and its partners are protected against any claims that may arise as a result of the article being replaced.   It also acts as a guarantee that if the lost article is founds at a later point it will be returned to the underwriter  for proper disposal so future monetary loss will not occur.  Losing anything, much less something of value can be very stressful, luckily at we can get a quote and execute this type of bond fairly quickly.  The obligee for this bond is the articles issuing authority.   We will ask exactly what type of article or instrument was lost and how long it has been lost for.  We will also require the principal’s information as well as the obligee’s information.BuySurety
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