Popular Hawaii Surety Bonds
Hawaii Notary Public Surety Bond
To become a notary public in Hawaii, you must first post a surety bond for either $1,000 or $25,000. These are four-year bonds and only cost $100.
Certificate of Title Bond
If the title to your vehicle was lost, damaged, stolen, or you never received it from the previous owner, you may need a certificate of title bond.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services requires suppliers to maintain a DMEPOS surety bond worth $50,000 minimum at every practice location.
Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond
To become a used auto dealer in Hawaii, you must post a surety bond as part of the licensing process. Bond penalties vary based on the bond amount the state requires.