Arkansas Surety Bonds

Arkansas Surety Bonds 2019-07-09T13:43:04-07:00

South Coast Surety writes all surety bonds in Arkansas. Surety bonds are a common requirement for many Arkansas industries – for permitting or licensing, public works contracts, or a variety of court processes. The most common type of surety bond issued in Arkansas are Contract surety bonds, Motor Vehicle Dealer surety bonds, or financial guarantee bonds. Here is a longer list of some common Arkansas surety bonds:

  • Janitorial Service Bond, Signed
  • L & P Bond, Signed
  • Lost Instrument Bond, Signed
  • Name Schedule Fidelity Bond
  • Notary Public E&O Group Policy, Signed
  • Official Bond and Oath (All State), Signed
  • Power of Attorney (Irrevocable/R-Series)
  • Public Official Position Schedule Bond
  • $10,000 Contractor’s Bond
  • Hot Springs Street Permit Bond
  • Little Rock Building Contractors Bond
  • Little Rock Contractor Bond, Signed
  • Little Rock Corporation Cutting Bond
  • Little Rock Maintenance Bond
  • Cemetery Permanent Maintenance Fund Trustee Fidelity Bond, Signed
  • Tax Preparers’ Professional Liability Policy
  • Used Car Dealer Bond
  • Certificate of Title Bond
  • Coin Operated Amusement Operators Bond
  • Collection Agency Bond
  • Employment Agency Bond
  • Fair Association Bond
  • Fee Payment or Oversize/Overweight
  • License Agent Bond
  • Motor Fuels Tax Bond
  • New Motorcycle, ATV Dealer or Lessor
  • New MVD or Motor Vehicle Lessor, Signed
  • Notary Public Bond
  • Notary Public E&O Policy
  • Official Bond and Oath, Signed
  • On Premises Alcoholic Beverage License
  • Pest Control Bond
  • Probate Bond, Signed
  • State Highways Damages Bond
  • Water Well Contractor’s License Bond

Whether or not you see the Arkansas surety bond you are looking for in the list above, contact a South Coast Surety agent today to begin your application process and get bonded quickly.

Arkansas, known as The Natural State, was the 25th state to receive an Admission to the Union, in 1836. It is currently the 33rd most-populous state in US, with around 3 million residents. The capital city, Little Rock, is the most populated city in the state. Arkansas is home to some major corporations, including Walmart, Tyson Foods, and Dillard’s. The state is the top producer of rice in the US, and is in the top 3 for catfish production. Other strong aspects of the Arkansas economy include cotton, timber, and tourism. In addition, the Clinton Presidential Library is located in Little Rock.