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Tag Archives: Kentucky

12
Mar
2012

Kentucky Real Estate Appraisal Management Company Bond

Real estate appraisal management companies in Kentucky now must obtain a surety bond in order to operate legally because of a new law. The new law is named HB 288 and requires real estate appraisal management companies to acquire a bond in an amount that will be established via regulations; but it will not be read more »




14
Feb
2012

Kentucky Surety Bond For Radon Measurement

The state of Kentucky has enacted a bill concerning radon measurement professionals. The new law is titled HB 247 and requires radon mitigation/measurement professionals to obtain a $10,000 surety bond issued by a corporate surety able to do business in the Commonwealth. The bond guarantees that the radon professionals will abide by the regulations set read more »




03
Jan
2012

Kentucky Grain Dealer Bond Update

Kentucky grain dealers/warehouseman are affected by a revised bill that was recently enacted. The bill is titled HB 221 and modifies the bond requirements for grain warehousemen and grain dealers. The previous legislation required a surety bond of at least twenty-five cents per bushel of the total maximum bushel capacity of the warehouse or $10,000, read more »




23
Dec
2011

Public Official Bond Saves County Thousands

Surety bonds exist to guarantee that rules will be followed. More specifically, public official bonds exist to guarantee that officials such as treasurers, judges, tax collectors, sheriffs, etc. will perform their responsibilities according to both local and state laws. Citizens in Whitley County, KY should be thankful that their former Sheriff was required to obtain read more »




21
Sep
2011

Kentucky Public Official Bond




08
May
2011

Kentucky Contractor License Bond

There are new contractor license bond requirements to follow in Kentucky State. A new bill named HB 247 requires radon mitigation and measurement professionals to acquire a $10,000 surety bond in order to be legally registered with the state. The surety bond must be issued by a corporate surety company who is licensed within the read more »