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North Carolina Surety Bonds

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Surety Bond Requirements in North Carolina

Many professionals, contract workers, and companies doing business in North Carolina are required by the state to obtain a surety bond before they can be properly licensed. These bonding requirements apply to appraisal management companies (AMCs), collection agencies, contractors, motor vehicle dealers, public adjusters, and more.

Some bond amounts—or liability amounts—are fixed, but most are variable. For example, contractor bond amounts can vary by the size of your business, and many kinds of contractors (such as electrical and plumbing) are bonded by local municipalities. Depending on where you're working, you may need both a state surety bond and a municipal surety bond, with different liability amounts for each.

Regardless of which government entity requires it, if you need a surety bond to comply with North Carolina bonding regulations, we can help. NNA Surety Bonds has been providing reliable coverage for companies and individuals across the United States since 1957.

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The Simple Bonding Process

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Sign your contract and pay the premium
Seal the deal and ensure protection and peace of mind for your business.
Receive your surety or fidelity bond
Expect a speedy turnaround. Our typical turnaround time is 24 hours or less.
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