Surety Bond – New Hampshire

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Popular Surety Bonds in New Hampshire

Paid Solicitor Bond

The NH Department of Justice requires paid solicitors registering or renewing a state license to post a surety bond.

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Public Official Bonds

To work as a public official – treasurer, tax collector, or other – you must first post a surety bond.

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Notary Public Bond

Notaries in New Hampshire must post a $25,000 bond, which must be valid for four years. 

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New Hampshire Title Bonds

If you bought your vehicle without a title, the title was improperly assigned to you, or you lost it before registering your vehicle in your name, you may need a bonded title

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New Hampshire Court Stenographer Reporter Bond

The New Hampshire Supreme Court requires all court reporters to submit a $1,000 surety bond to the state’s Board of Licensure

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Small Loan Lender Bond (NMLS)

To apply for a license to engage in the business of title loans, small loans, or payday loans in New Hampshire, you must post a $25,000 bond.

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Find Your New Hampshire Surety Bond

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Concord - Sewer Fees

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Nashua - Right of Way - Street Opening

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Paid Solicitor

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Small Loan Lender Bond - (NMLS)

Bond Penalty: $25,000

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Court Stenographer Reporter

Bond Penalty: $1,000

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Notary Public - Errors & Omissions

Bond Penalty: $25,000

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Notary Public

Bond Penalty: $25,000

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Public Official - Other Than Treasurer or Tax Collector

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Public Official - Treasurer or Tax Collector

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Corporate Hawker & Peddler

Bond Penalty: $5,000

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Debt Adjuster - NLMS

Bond Penalty: $25,000

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Eidelweiss - Driveway Contractor Permit

Bond Penalty: $4,000

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Health Club

Bond Penalty: Varies

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Hooksett - Right of Way - Street Opening

Bond Penalty: $5,000

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Lightning Rod Dealer & Installer

Bond Penalty: $5,000

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How do surety bonds work?

A surety bond is a three-party contract between the following:

  • Principal: The business or individual who purchases the bond
  • Obligee: The party that requires the bond (e.g., the state government)
  • Surety: The bond underwriter

If the bondholder (principal) fails to comply with the bond agreement, the obligee may file a claim against the bond. The surety can step in and cover the amount owed upfront. Then the principal will be liable for paying the surety back for the same amount.

How much does a New Hampshire surety bond cost?

The cost of a bond can vary based on a few factors, including the type of bond, the amount required, and your credit score and finances. Your bond premium will be a small percentage of the total bond amount – typically 1-10%. 

Generally, the stronger your credit score, the lower your rate. However, we don’t even need to run your credit in some cases. Some bonds can be issued instantly at a flat rate.

Most Common Types of Surety Bonds in New Hampshire

Various businesses, contractors, and other professionals will need surety bonds to operate legally in New Hampshire. Many professions that require state, county, or city licenses to work or practice will also require surety bonds.

Here are some examples:

How to Get Bonded in NH

We’ll help you find the bond you need, complete the application, and be off and running. Call us at (888) 435-4191, or email support@zipbonds.com. We also have live chat on our website during regular business hours. Reach out any time!

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About ZipBonds.com

Founders Ryan Swalve and Zach Mefferd formed the vision for ZipBonds.com when they realized how overly complicated it was to help clients place surety. The frustration of being unable to incorporate the technology they’d used in other insurance-focused projects left them thinking “there has to be a better way.”

Fast forward a couple of years, and that better way is the impetus of everything we do at ZipBonds. We constantly look for innovative ways to improve the bonding process for our clients and agents. Our team comprises individuals who understand all angles of surety – for companies, agencies, and individuals. Incorporating everyone’s point of view to improve the process while simultaneously integrating cutting-edge technology is what sets our business apart.