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What is a Surety Bond?
Posted Mar. 18
A surety bond is a mutually binding contract between three parties known as the Obligee, the Principle, and the Surety. The Obligee is the entity that requires the guarantee of a surety bond from the Principle. The Obligee may be a government agency, a company, or an individual. The Principle is the person or entity applying for and purchasing the bond from the Surety. The Surety is the insurance carrier.…