The State of California has a lot of different bond requirements. The goal of these surety bond requirements is to keep the State’s consumers and tax payers safe. Below is a list of common bond types in California. Please give us a call if you don’t see the bond you’re looking for or have any surety bonding questions.
We are a National Surety Agency based in Southern California for the past 20 years. We have the staff, knowledge, experience, and industry connections to get your business the best surety service, bond rates, and customer service in California. We handle all commercial and contract bonding, and we know how to help you win bids and grow your business in the Golden State.
California has many different surety bond requirements including court bonds, fiduciary bonds, ERISA bonds, contract and permit bonds, and many more. The purpose of a California surety bond is to protect consumers, institutions, or the general public from financial damages resulting from fraud, malpractice, or negligence on behalf of the Principal (the bondholder). Some of the more common California surety bonds are listed below:
- Car Wash Bond
- Contractor License Bond
- Contractor License Bond (New Contractor)
- Farm Labor Contractor Bond
- Foreclosure Consultant Bond
- Immigration Consultant Bond
- Independent Paralegal Bond
- Insurance Adjuster Bond
- Insurance Broker License Bond
- IRP Bonded Web User Bond
- Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond
- Mortgage Broker / Finance Lender Bond
- Notary Bond
- Nurses’ Registry Bond
- Process Server Bond
- Talent Agent Bond
- Tax Preparers’ Bond
- Bad Credit Bond
Find the bond you need below and complete our secure online application for a speedy approval and free bond quote. We will reach out to you if we need additional information. Expect a free quote email in 2-3 business days, after we shop for the best available rates for you. If you can’t find the bond app below that you need, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-361-1720 to speak with a CA surety expert.
California, known as “The Golden State,” is the third-largest state in terms of area, and is the most populous state in the country, with around 40 million residents. California’s capital city is Sacramento, and Los Angeles is the most populous city in the state (and second most populous in the country). California has the largest economy in the country (nearly 14% of the national GDP) at $2.8 trillion, and would be the 5th largest economy in the world if it were a country. California was the 31st state, admitted to the Union on September 9th, 1850. In addition to it’s significant economy, California is also regarded as a cultural hub, and was the epicenter of the countercultural movement of the 1960s, the Gold Rush of the 1850s, and a]is the home of the American entertainment industry.