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South Coast Surety writes all surety bonds for Delaware. Many industries in both the public and private sector require surety bonds for licenses, permits, job contracts, and many other applications such as court bonds or fiduciary bonds. Below is a list of some common surety bonds written in Delaware:
- Form 10 Application
- 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
- DE (New Castle County) General Contractor Bond
- DE Detective Licensing Bond
- DE License Lender Surety Bond
- DE Mortgage Loan Broker Surety Bond
- DE Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond
- DE Notary Public E&O Policy
- DE Register of Chancery Bond, Signed
Fill out one of our secure online bond applications below and our team will quickly get you approved and email a free bond quote to you within 2-3 business days. We shop several surety markets for the best rates so you can save time and money on your bond. If you can’t find the bond you’re looking for, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-361-1720 to get expert bonding support.
Delaware was the first state to ratify the US Constitution, on December 7, 1787, and is therefore recognized as the First State in the Union. It is the second-smallest state in the county, and the 45th most populous. The capital of Delaware is Dover, but the largest city is Wilmington. Due to its size, there is very little agriculture or manufacturing in Delaware. The state is extremely welcoming to corporations because of the pro-business tax model they use, and more than 50% of all publicly-traded American companies are incorporated in Delaware. The state has a population of under 1 million, while there are over 1 million corporations registered in the state, meaning that Delaware is home to more companies than people.