South Coast Surety is authorized to write all surety bonds in the state of Florida. Whether you are looking for a license and permit bond, a ERISA bond, notary bond, or any other type of surety bond, you can get it here. A surety bond is a three-way agreement between an Obligee, a Principal, and a surety company that is backing the bond. This bond protects the obligee – and in many cases, the general public – from any financial damages arising due to negligence, fraud, malpractice, or negligence on behalf of the bondholder.
Below is a list of some common Florida surety bonds:
- Lost Instrument Bond, Signed
- Name Schedule Fidelity Bond
- Notary Public E & O Group Policy, Signed
- FL (Auburndale) License Bond
- FL (Fort Meade) Contractor Surety Bond
- FL (Haines City) Contractors License Bond
- FL (Hernando County) Contractor Bond – Local
- FL (Hillsborough County) Contractor Bond
- FL Motor Vehicle Dealer Surety Bond
- FL Notary Public E & O Policy, Signed
- FL Public Adjuster’s Bond, Unsigned
- FL Public Official Bond
- FL Lost Instrument Bond
- FL Lottery Bond
- FL (Orlando) Contractor’s Surety Bond
- FL Talent Agency Bond
Fill out a secure online bond application below and we will send you a free quote in 2-3 business days with the best rates available. If you do not see the surety bond you are looking for in the bond application list below, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-361-1720. Contact us today and we will begin your application immediately. South Coast Surety has been writing Florida surety bonds for over 20 years, and our process is quick and simple.
Florida, known as “The Sunshine State,” is the southernmost of the 48 continental states in the US. In terms of area, it is the 22nd-largest state, but is the 3rd most-populous state in the country. Florida’s Admission to the Union came on March 3, 1845, and is the 27th state. The capital of Florida is Tallahassee, but the largest city is Jacksonville. One of the state’s largest sectors is tourism, with over 1 million people employed in tourism-related fields. The weather makes Florida a year-round destination for travelers from both in and outside of the country.