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Surety Bond

A surety bond is a contract between three parties—the principal (you), the surety (us) and the oblige (the entity requiring the bond)—in which the surety financially guarantees to an oblige that the principal will act in accordance with the terms established by the bond.

Applying for a Surety Bond online is as easy as 1-2-3. Select the bond form the list below, and then follow the instructions listed on the bond page that you have selected, apply, pay and get your surety bond issued.

We at All State Bonds Offer Surety Bonds in TX, AL, LA, CA, AR, GA, TN, and 20 Other States.

Rates for a surety bond for a business or individual is based on credit history for most Bonds and other type of bonds are issued regardless of the credit history.

If you cannot find the surety bond you are looking for, or if you need help completing a form, please contact our customer service at 1-800-374-9227 or email us at

Types of Surety Bonds:

1. License and Permit Bonds.

Many states, cities, and counties require business owners to acquire license and permit bonds in order to conduct business. Select the bond you need from the list below.

2. Contract Bonds – Construction Bonds.

A contract bond guarantees faithful performance of a construction contract and payment of all material and labor bills related to that contract. A Performance Bond covers faithful performance only; a Payment Bond guarantees payment of material and labor expenses.

3. Court Bonds

Court bonds are required for court-appointed officials entrusted with managing the property of others; executors of estates and receivers in bankruptcy are frequently required to post fiduciary bonds. Other types of court bonds include appeal bonds, which guarantee that a judgment will be paid if an appeal is lost in a higher court.

4. Fidelity Bonds – Dishonesty & Service Bonds.

These types of bonds are sometimes referred to as fidelity bonds and are insurance bonds taken by a business or employer on designated employees. The bonds provide insurance coverage in the event of employee theft, fraud, or misrepresentation.