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Savannah, GA Surety Bonds 

Most Popular Types of Savannah Surety Bonds

  • License 

  • Permit 

  • Code Compliance 

  • Probate 

  • Process Server

  • Used Car Dealer 

  • Certificate of Title

  • Private Detective


  • Mortgage Broker 

  • Fiduciary 

  • Broker

  • Dishonesty 

  • Public Adjuster 

  • Janitorial 

  • Notary 

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What is a Savannah Surety Bond?

The two most common types of Savannah Surety Bonds include: 


Commercial Surety:

Bonds required of individuals or businesses by the government, legislation or by other entities. provides the following types of commercial surety bonds.


License and permit bonds: required by state, municipal or federal ordinance or regulation. These bonds may be required as a condition for engaging in a particular business or exercising a particular privilege. Examples include performance and payment bonds, customs bonds, tax bonds and warehouse bonds.


Court bonds, including:  Judicial bonds, required of either a plaintiff or defendant in judicial proceedings, to reserve the rights of the opposing litigant or other interested parties. Fiduciary bonds, required of those who administer a trust under court supervision. 


Public official bonds: required by statute for certain holders of public office, to protect the public from malfeasance by an official or from an official's failure to faithfully perform duties. 


Miscellaneous bonds: do not fit into any of the other categories above.


Contract Surety:
Bonds that the government or an owner of a construction project may require a contractor to obtain. There are three types of contract surety bonds:

Bid bond: Affords protection to a project owner (obligee) in the event a successful bidder will not enter a contract and will not provide the required surety bonds or other security.

Performance bond: Provides protection to the obligee if the contractor defaults on its obligations under the bonded contract.

Payment bond: Guarantees the Contractor will pay subcontractor, labor and material bills associated with a bonded construction project. a Division of National Surety Services, Inc. NSSI has been Issuing Surety Bonds in  Savannah, Georgia for over 20 years. Simply Apply, Pay and Print your Bond. Merging Technology, Electronic Bond Processing and Customer Service. Obtaining your Surety Bond has never been Easier! 

The is proud to service Savannah. Did you know?


  • Founded in 1733 by General James Edward Oglethorpe, a British philanthropist and Member of Parliament, Savannah was organized into grids and has been dubbed “America’s First Planned City.”

  • The picture of antebellum hospitality, Savannah is nicknamed the “Hostess City of the South.”

  • Over the years, many notable residents have called Savannah home including composer Johnny Mercer, inventor Eli Whitney and Juliette Gordon Low, who founded Girl Scouts of the USA.

  • Savannah has five sister cities, as designated by Sister Cities International. These include Batumi, Georgia; Patras, Greece; Jiujiang, China; Halle, Germany; and Kaya, Burkina Faso.

  • Designated by the U.S. government in 1966, the city is one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the country.

  • Forsyth Park, a large city park that occupies 30 acres in the historic district, is home to the Garden of Fragrance. Originally built in the late 1950s, the garden features fragrant plants and flowers surrounded by wells and an ornamental iron fence.

  • Founded in 1839, the Georgia Historical Society, located on Whitaker Street, is the oldest continuously operated historical society in the South.

  • Located in Tricentennial Park, the Georgia State Railroad Museum features historic railcars, guided tours and train rides on either a steam locomotive or diesel locomotive.

  • Savannah is home to more than 100 distinct neighborhoods in six principal areas of the city including Downtown, Midtown, Southside, Eastside, Westside and West Chatham.

  • Located in the historic district, the Telfair Museum of Art was the first public art museum in the southern United States. It was founded in 1883 through the bequest of prominent local philanthropist Mary Telfair.

  • Since the early 1700s, City Market has been the commercial and social center of historic Savannah. Today, the market boasts art galleries, street musicians, a wide array of eateries and coffee shops and dozens of boutiques.

  • Founded in the late 1970s, Savannah College of Art and Design (better known as SCAD) offers more degree programs and specializations than any other art and design university. - 3091 Holcomb Bridge Rd. - Suite H-2 - Norcross, GA  30071 - Phone: 800-953-6699

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