Many businesses engage contractors to complete various projects for them. A surety bond is a contract that ensures project completion in the event that the original contractor fails to finish the job. Tozier Parkway Housh Jones provides many different kinds of surety bonds. These bonds all fall into four basic categories:
TPHJ offers hundreds of different bonds. Commercial bonds are some of the most common. These bonds include license and permit bonds as well as contractor bonds and others. The majority of commercial bonds are annual and can be renewed yearly with the payment of yearly premiums. Below is a list of commercial bonds commonly issued by TPHJ. You can review this list to find one that best fits your needs or contact us for further information.
Certain bonds are optional but important ways of protecting your business. Other bonds are mandated by the state or municipality in which a company or contractor does business.
License and permit bonds usually fall into the category of legally required surety bonds. These commercial bonds guarantee that a company or individual licensee will perform according to the legal requirements of the state or municipality in which they operate.
Court bonds, another type of legally required bond, may be required during legal proceedings. These are most commonly required during cases involving monetary judgments or the handling of a deceased individual’s estate.
Whatever your surety bond needs may be, Tozier Parkway Housh Jones has a solution for you. Call today to learn more.
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