New surety legislation was recently enacted in Nebraska. The new legislation is named LB 410 and concerns real estate appraisal management companies; they are now required to acquire a $25,000 surety bond in order to obtain a license. The surety bond must be from a state licensed bonding company. The bond must also stay in read more »
Legislators in Nebraska have enacted a new law affecting conservators. The new law, which is named LB 157, changes the surety bond requirement for conservators. LB 157 states that a bond is only needed for estates worth more than $10,000. The new law will become effective January 1, 2012.
Nebraska legislators have recently enacted a new surety bond requirement concerning real estate appraisal management companies. The new law is named LB 410 and requires all real estate appraisal management companies to acquire a $25,000 surety bond in order to operate within the state legally. Should a claim go out on the bond because the read more »
Nebraska State enacted a change to an existing surety bond requirement, this time relating to court bonds. The requirement is titled LB 157 and it revises the original surety bond amount required of conservators. The previous law allowed the court to require a bond from a conservator while also giving the court the ability to read more »
Nebraska state legislatures have recently been working on legislation concerning real estate appraisal companies and surety bond requirements. A new law was enacted, named LB 410, which requires real estate appraisal management companies to acquire a $25,000 surety bond to operate within the state legally; and this bond must be from a state authorized surety read more »
LB 722 is a new bill that was presented concerning all state employees within the State of Nebraska. The new bill alters the present surety bond requirements for all state employees. The previous law required all staff not specifically required to acquire a surety bond to be covered under a blanket surety bond or insurance read more »