Popular Surety Bonds in Wyoming
Auto Dealer Surety Bond
The Wyoming Department of Transportation requires auto dealers to post and maintain a bond (typically for $25,000) if they plan to sell at least three vehicles annually.
Non-Resident Employer’s Surety Bond
The Department of Workforce Services requires nonresident employers in Wyoming to post a surety bond for two years. Bonds typically range from $8,000 to $200,000.
Resident Care Fund Bond
Long-term care facilities in the state must post a surety bond, guaranteeing to abide by industry laws and regulations regarding patient trust funds.
Notary Surety Bond
Notaries must post and maintain a $500 bond for their four-year commission. These bonds only cost $100.
Certificate of Title Bond
If you lost your car title, someone stole it, or you never received it when you purchased your vehicle, you may need a title bond.