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International Sureties can provide License & Permit bonds to comply with the requirements in every state and US territory. We keep the application process for license & permit bonds simple. If you have any questions, feel free to email or call one of our License & Permit Specialists directly.

For assistance with License & Permit Bonds, please contact one of our License & Permit Bonds specialists:

Stephen Beahm

Cappy Kehoe

David Joseph

Victoria Scruggs


Appraisal Management Company bonds

are required by some states to ensure the AMCs follow the laws and regulations pertaining to the appraisal industry.

Auctioneer bonds

are bonds required by some states that ensure the auctioneer will comply with state regulations before obtaining their business license.

Auctioneer Bankruptcy bonds

are required by the United States Bankruptcy Court to ensure the auctioneer faithfully performs their duties and provides accurate accounts to the court in a timely mannerSingle case bonds or annual bonds can be issued.

Auctioneer Contract bonds

are bonds required in a contract between an auctioneer and a client.

Auto Title Company (ATC) bonds

are required by the State of Louisiana, Office of Motor Vehicles of a condition of licensure to guarantee payment of all loss, damages and expenses due if the principal failsto obey the law. The reporting of sales taxes is included as a guarantee of the bond.

Bullion Coin Dealer bonds

are required in Minnesota to guarantee order fulfillment to its residents. The bond amount is based on the dealer’s and its representative’s transactions during the previous 12-month period.

Car Wash bonds

in the amount of $150,000 are required in New York City and the State of California to guarantee employees are paid fair wages and ensure they are provided ample break times, bathrooms, and other workplace basics. In California, the bond guarantees compliance with Section 2055(b)(1) of the California Labor Code, and in New York City the bond ensures performance with NYC Administrative Code Section 20542.

Certified Professional Employer Organization bonds (CPEO or PEO bonds)

are required as a condition of becoming an IRS Certified Professional Employer Organization, and bond amounts range from $50,000.00 to $1,000,000.00. CPEO bonds guarantee payment of FUTA/SUTA, and other coemployment related tax obligations.

Collection Agency bonds

are bonds required by most states to ensure the collection agency will follow the industry rules and regulations before receiving their license.

Credit Services Organization bonds

are required by some states prior to obtaining their business license. The bond protects consumers from damages that may occur from the actions of the CSO that they hire.

Debt Management Service Provider bonds

are required by some states in order to obtain their license. The bond is to ensure the payments made by the debtors are appropriately handles by the provider to the creditor.

DMEPOS (Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Suppliers) bonds

are required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and guarantee supply order fulfillment.

Franchise bonds

protect a government/state against loss due to a franchise holder’s failure to complete work specified in the franchise grant. It is a consumer protection device for the benefit of the State and anyone purchasing franchise opportunities from a franchisor. The bond guarantees that franchisors will operate faithfully under any franchise disclosure acts, franchise agreements, and to offer franchises in that state within one year of registration.

Health Club/Spa bonds

guarantee compliance with state regulations by health clubs and also that prepaid membership fees will be returned to members in the event the business closes. Bonds are not required in all states, and businesses that might be required to post these bonds include fitness centers/gyms, recreational centers, martial arts studios/academies, swim and tennis clubs, etc.

Manufactured Housing bonds

are required by some states to ensure that manufacturers, dealers, retailers, and installers follow the laws and regulations of the manufactured housing industry prior to obtaining their license. If they fail to complete a job and followthe industry laws, the bond protects consumers from the loss and damages caused by the Manufactured Housing licensee.

Money Transmitter bonds

are required from Money Service Businesses (MSB) as a condition ofobtaining and maintaining state Money Transmitter licenses. The Money Transmitter bond protects the general public and government against bad actors that knowingly ignore regulations and skirt the laws, as well as companies that inadvertently break a law, statute, or rule. MSB bond requirements vary widely by state, often depend on volume, and can range from $10,000 to $10,000,000.

Motor Vehicle Dealer, MVD, Auto Dealer, or DMV bonds

guarantee that licensees will abide by statutory laws designed to protect the consumer from unscrupulous, fraudulent or certain illegal actions. Most states require Dealer Bonds that range from $10,000 to $100,000.

Mortgage bonds

are required in most states as a licensing requirement to guarantee the principal dutifully performs mortgage commitments, satisfies obligations, and accounts for any funds received in its capacity as a mortgage broker. The bonds run in favor of the state for the benefit of any person injured by wrongful acts, default, fraud, or misrepresentation of the Principal. The required amounts vary by state and range from $10,000 to $500,000.

Notary bonds

guarantee that notaries will complete tasks and duties ethically and in accordance with state laws.

Private Investigator bonds / Detective bonds

are required as a condition of obtaining and maintaining state licenses. Private Investigator bonds guarantee compliance with applicable statutes, laws and regulations.

Professional Fundraiser bonds

are required in most states to guarantee that a charitable solicitor, professional fundraiser, paid solicitor, commercial fundraiser, PFR, or professional solicitor complies with local laws and ordinances that apply to charitable solicitation. These bonds also guarantee proper accounting and remittance of a predetermined percentage of funds collected. 

Professional Employer Organization (PEO) bonds

are required as a condition of becoming an IRS Certified Professional Employer Organization, and bond amounts range from $50,000.00 to $1,000,000.00. CPEO bonds guarantee payment of FUTA/SUTA, and other coemployment related tax obligations.

Public Tag Agent (PTA) bonds

are required by the State of Louisiana, Office of Motor Vehicles as a condition of licensure. Public Tag Agents act as a privatized arm of the DMV.

Real Estate Broker bonds

are required by some states to ensure that any funds/property are handled properly when turned over to the real estate broker in a transaction.


ensure that franchised talent agencies associated with the Screen Actors Guild (SAG) and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) adhere to rules and regulations set forth by the organization. The bond amount is $20,000, but is less if your state already has statutory Talent Agency bond requirement.

Talent Agency bonds

are required in select states to ensure a talent agency conducts its operations inaccordance with state laws and regulations.

Tax bonds

are required from retails applying for sales tax licenses and guarantee to the state the collection and remittance of sales taxes, along with ensuring compliance with applicable statutes, laws, and regulations.

Telemarketing bonds

protect the general public and government to ensure compliance with laws and regulations that apply to telemarketing companies

Third Party Administrator bonds

are state requirements for obtaining and maintaining TPA licenses. These bonds guarantee faithful compliance with state licensing laws and statutes.

Title Agency bonds

ensure faithful performance of operations in accordance with state rules and regulations.

Utility bonds

guarantee the payment of utilities by a Principal, and are typically used in lieu of deposit to secure electrical or water service, some companies will accept a Utility Bond.

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