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  • New Jersey City & County License & Permit Bond
  • New Jersey Guardianship Bond
  • New Jersey Court Probate Or Fiduciary Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Collection Agency Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Dectective Agency Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Bounty Hunter License Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Janitorial Service Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Contractor Surety Bond
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  • New Jersey Employment Agency Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Motor Vehicle Dealer Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Pawnborker Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Public Offical Surety Bond
  • New Jersey Public Adjuster Surety Bond
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  • New Jersey Superior Courts Surety Bonds
   
     
   
 
 
 
 

NJ Court, NJ Probate and NJ Fiduciary Surety Bonds

 
 
A Bond may be required in relation to the handling of an estate or Guardianship. This type of bond is most commonly needed when a Court appointed Fiduciary takes control of a person’s property and distributes proceeds according to law.  Court Bonds ensure that one is protected from possible loss as a result of the outcome of the proceeding.
 
 

NJ Commercial License and NJ Permit Sutery Bonds

 
 

Almost every business which needs a License or Permit to do Business, requires a Bond to Guarantee the owner's honesty, integrity, performance and payment.  Examples include Auto Dealer Bonds, Detective Agency Bonds, Mortgage Broker Bonds, Wage & Welfare Bonds, Electrical Contractor Bonds, Employment Agency bonds, Pawnbroker Agency Bonds, Plumber Contractor Bonds, etc.

 
 

NJ Contract Surety Bonds

 
 
Contract Bonds are required by Federal, State, or Local Governments to guarantee the completion of a job as per the terms of a contract (typically construction).  Examples include Bid Bonds, Performance Bonds, and Subdivision Bonds.
 
 

NJ Fidelity Surety Bonds

 
 

These Bonds Guarantee that Bonded Employees will handle their employer's money and property with fidelity. In other words, it guarantees that you are covered if they steal. Examples include employee Dishonesty Bonds, Janitorial Bonds, Public Offical Bonds, and Notary Bonds.

 
 
 
 

New Jersey Surety Bonds and S.O.S Bonding Services
The S.O.S Bonding & Insurance Agency writes many other types of NJ Surety Bonds in New Jersey, including...

  • NJ CONTRACTOR BONDS (BID AND PERFORMANCE BONDS)
  • NJ WAGE AND WELFARE BONDS a/k/a NJ WAGE AND NJ BENEFIT BONDS
  • NJ STREET OR ROAD OPENING BONDS
  • NJ PERMIT BONDS
  • NJ ESTATE BONDS
  • NJ ERISA BONDS
  • NJ PROBATE BONDS and NJ Surrogate Court
  • JERSEY CITY, NJ CONTRACTOR BONDS
  • NJ JANITORIAL CONTRACTOR BONDS

   
  Administrator Bond  
  Guarantees that an administrator will act in good faith. Example: An administrator / executor will properly administer a decedent's estate in according with the laws and orders of the court.  
  Appeal Bond  
  Guarantees payment of a final judgement when an appeal is filed  
  Auctioneer Bond  
  Bid and Performance Bond  
  Guarantees the faithful performance of a contractor. When a contractor bids for a municipal, county, state or public job the bid must be accompanied by a bid bond (typically for 10% of the amount of the job).  This bond states that if the contract is awarded to the contractor (lowest bidder) then he cannot back out but must perform.  Upon winning of the bid, a performance bond must be submitted guaranteeing that the contractor will perform the job in full.  
  Bounty Hunter License Bond  
 
Learn more or purchase a: Bounty Hunter License Bond  (Cost is $175.00 for the Two Year Term)
 
  Burglar Alarm Agency License Bond  
 
Learn more or purchase a: Burglar Alarm Agency License Bond  (Cost is $100.00 for the One Year Term)
 
  Cigarette / Cigar / Tobacco Tax Bond  
  Guarantees that the retailer / wholesaler will pay the appropriate taxes to the State.   
 

Contractor Bond or Contract Bond

 
  Court Bond  
  Contract postal unit bonds  
  required of small businesses in rural areas which act as a rural post office. Guarantees payment of money, stamps, and money orders will be paid to the US Postal Service.  
  Contractor License Bond  
  many towns require a contractor to have a permit bond to work in that town.  Jersey City requires a bond from all contractors who are not licensed by the state (Electrical and Master Plumbers)  
 
Collection Agency License Bond
 
 
Learn more or purchase a: Collection Agency License Bond  (Cost is $100.00 for the One Year Term)
 
  Customs Bond  
   Principal will redeliver any goods that the US Customs Service determines were illegally imported, pay all duties, taxes, fees, charges, etc.  
  Detective Agency License Bond  
  Learn more or purchase a: Detective Agency License Bond  (Cost is $175.00 for the Two Year Term)  
  DMEPOS Medicare$ 50,000 Surety Bond  
   
  NJ Electrical Contractor License Bond  
  The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Board of Electrical Contractors requires all Electrical Contractor Business Permit holders to purchase a $1,000. Surety bond.  This bond guarantees the good faith of the electrician to perform the job for the public.  
 

Learn more or purchase a: NJ Electrical Contractor License Bond  (Cost is $50. for the Three Year Term)

 
  Employee Dishonesty Bond  
  Guarantees against the dishonest acts of employees.  Guarantees to the employer for the dishonest acts of employees.  If an employee steals money from the employer and it cannot be recovered.  
  ERISA Bond  
  (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) Businesses that have a profit sharing plan by law are required to carry an ERISA bond.  This bond guarantees the good faith of the administrators of the plan.  
  Excise Bond  
  Business that are required to pay taxes to the Federal Government to maintain a license. Distillers, brewers, wine makers, or transporters of these products.  
  Executor Bond  
  Guarantees the faithful performance of an executor / executrix named in a will.  
  Fiduciary Bond
 
  A fiduciary is a person appointed to handle the financial affairs of another who is incapable of handling his own affairs for one reason or another. If the person is a minor or an incompetent person, the fiduciary is called a guardian. If the person is deceased, the fiduciary is called an administrator or executor. If it is a business and the assets are to be distributed amongst its creditors, the fiduciary is called the receiver.
Fiduciaries are usually appointed by the courts. The court appoints a fiduciary when there are assets such as money, securities, real estate, etc. to be distributed. Fiduciary bonds are issued to guarantee the faithful performance of the fiduciaries. The fiduciary is responsible for faithfully performing his duties as specified by the court which appointed him. Often, a fiduciary seeks legal counsel to advise them, therefore reducing their risk and the risk of the insurance company which provided the bond.
 
  Financial Guarantee Bond  
  A bond guaranteeing that the payments of sums of money *usually for taxes) will be made.  
  Fire Alarm Agency License Bond  
 
Learn more or purchase a: Fire Alarm Agency License Bond  (Cost is $100. for the One Year Term)
 
  Fringe Benefit Bond  
  basically the same as a Wage and Benefit bond.  Guarantees to a local union that fringe benefits, such as health benefits will be paid   
  Fuel use Tax Bond  
  Guarantees that the gasoline or fuel retailer or wholesaler will pay the state their tax.
 
  Guardianship - Guardian Bond  
  Guarantees to the court that the guardian of a minor or incompetent will act in good faith  
  Immigrant bonds  
  Refers to migratory workers, students, visiting aliens guaranteeing they they will return to thier countries  
  Importer Bond  
  Guarantees that the taxes will be paid to the State or Federal Government
 
  Incompetetent Bond  
  Guarantees that the affairs of an incompetent will be faithfully administered as appointed by the court.  
  Janitorial Service Bond  
  If the owner and employees of a janitorial business are found guilty of theft of a client, then this bond will guarantee payment to the client equal to the loss or to the limit of the bond.  
  License and Permit Bond  
  many municipalities and counties require that a contractor purchase a bond in order to work in the jurisdiction.  License and permit bonds are usually classified into three classifications, Compliance, third-party protection and guarantee of payments. Requires that the licensed individual operate under the laws and statutes governing that license. Third-party coverage protects the consumer from harmful acts or misrepresentation of licensee. Guarantee of payments ensures that the licensee will pay the required fees and taxes in accordance with the license requirements  
  Locksmith Agency License Bond  
 
Learn more or purchase a: Locksmith Agency License Bond  (Cost is $100.00 for the One Year Term)
 
  Lost Instrument Bond  
  Indemnifies the issuer of a duplicate security against claims from anyone claiming to be the owner of the original instrument - security - stock certificate, etc.  
  Medicare DMEPOS 50,000 Surety Bond  
   
 
Mortgage Banker Surety Bond, Mortgage Broker Surety Bond and Mortgage Lender Surety Bonds
 
   
   
  Permit and License Bond  
  many municipalities and counties require that a contractor purchase a bond in order to work in the jurisdiction.
License and permit bonds are usually classified into three classifications, Compliance, third-party protection and guarantee of payments. Requires that the licensed individual operate under the laws and statutes governing that license. Third-party coverage protects the consumer from harmful acts or misrepresentation of licensee. Guarantee of payments ensures that the licensee will pay the required fees and taxes in accordance with the license requirements.
 
  Plumbing Contractor License Bond   
  The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs, Board of Master Plumbers requires all licensed plumbers to purchase a $3,000. Surety bond.  This bond guarantees the good faith of the plumber to perform the job for the public.  
 
Learn more or purchase a: NJ Plumbing Contractor License Bond (Cost is $50.00 for the Two Year Term)
 
  Private and public borrowers  
  required of private businesses and public borrowers who have obtained grants or loans from the Farmers Home  
  Probate Bond  
  Administration Guarantees the estate of a deceased person, minor or incompetent will be faithfully administered as appointed by the court.  
  Security Agency License Bond  
 
Learn more or purchase a: Security Agency License Bond (Cost is $175.00 for the Two Year Term)
 
  Site Plan  - Site Improvement Bond  
  Guarantees a developer will faithfullly perform the specifications set forth in the subdivision or site plan such as curb, sidewalk, road, and utilities installation.  
  Street Opening Bond - Road Opening Bond  
  Guarantees at a contractor or developer will close up the street propertly.  When there is digging in the road to install a water, sewer or other utility line the town, county or state will often require a bond so that the contractor properly closes and paves the street.  
  Subdivision Bond  
  Guarantees a developer will faithfullly perform the specifications set forth in the subdivision plan such as curb, sidewalk, road, and utilities installation.  
  Trustee Bond - Will  
  Guarantees faithful performance of the trustee named in a will.  
  Wage and Welfare Bond - Wage and Benefit Bond  
  Guarantees that the contractor will pay the local union their dues and wages to the employee
Fidelity Bonds Fidelity bonds are technically a form of surety bonds, but are usually considered a distinct product in common usage. They are issued as a guarantee against loss due to employee dishonesty. As such, they are an important part of a company's insurance program; because they cover areas not covered in the company's liability and property coverages. For many businesses, employee's dishonest acts are a principal area of their insurable risks, and fidelity bonds can provide their principal insurance protection.insurance vs Bonds
 
 
Insurance: 
 
  is a TWO party contract between the insurance company and the insured.  Insurance protects the insured.  (Example: John does purchase an insurance policy for his home.  The insurance company will pay John if his house burns down.)  
 
A Bond
 
 
is THREE party contracts between
 
  1) person or company (principal, who usually purchases the bond)  
  2) bonding or surety company  
  3) entity (obligee) requiring the bond.   
  Bonds protect the obligee.   (Example: John Doe Inc. purchases a bond as required by law because he his building a municipal sewer plant.  John has trouble and defaults on the job.  The bonding company pays the municipality when John defaults.)  
 
Suretyship
 
  is when one answers for the debt, default or miscarriage of another; in a word, a guarantee.    A bond is a three party contract. The parties are the Principal, the Surety and the Obligee.  
  In insurance, the company contracts only with the insured. If he violates that contract (fails to pay the premium, falsifies an application, etc.), it well may void the contract or give cause for terminating it.  
  In bonding, the misconduct of one party (the principal) has no bearing on the obligee.   
  The surety is still bound by the contract, even if it collects no premium, is lied to, or otherwise defrauded.  Needless to say, fraud is much more dangerous to the bonding company than it is to insurance.  
  Therefore, we must evaluate the facts before the surety (bonding company) agrees to issue a bond.It is well to note that the principal's obligation is always primary to the surety (bonding company). The surety (bonding company) is guaranteeing what he will or will not perform, never any more. Therefore, the surety cannot sustain a loss until the principal self has failed, and we always have recourse against him and his assets after making a payment.  
  Think of bonding as a service, lending its name, stability and assets to back up or guarantee the principal. This is not insurance, a loss pool based on the law of large numbers. The rate make-up is not calculated on pooling funds for loss payment, but is calculated as a service charge.  Excepting fidelity, which is more like insurance.  
 
What Can Be Guaranteed Under a Bond?
 
  Legally, almost anything. Usually, there must be dollar damage involved and it must be something over which the principal exercises a degree of control. You could not obtain a bond guaranteeing that it would not rain the following day. Although there may be dollar damage to an "obligee" that plans an extensive picnic, the principal, whoever he might be, would not have control over the hazard (the weather). However, the wide range of your imagination can probably develop many instances where a bond could be written. But always keep in mind that it is necessary to find a surety willing to write it!
In brief, bonds are flexible, unlike standard insurance policies that are executed on printed forms; many bonds are drawn up to suit a specific situation. Standard forms have standard terms, standard conditions and exclusions. Most bonds do not. For the most part, the only conditions that govern them are those self-contained in them or in the laws to which they specifically refer.
  
 
 
Bonds are generally divided into two types,
 
  Fidelity Bonds and Surety Bonds. Both types differ from Insurance in that they always have three parties as central to the contract,  
  a Principal (the entity or person that might cause the loss),  
  an Obligee (the entity that collects under the bond, should the principal cause a loss), and  
  a Surety (the entity that pays the loss, such as an insurance company).  
 
 
   
     
 

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