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Tag Archives: Ohio

11
Jul
2013

Auto dealership licensing in Ohio made easy

How to save on the auto dealership licensing process Even in difficult economic times, the entrepreneurial spirit should be sustained and nurtured. You must be thinking along these lines if you are about to start a new auto dealership business in Ohio. It takes some courage and willpower, but often the risk is worth it. read more »




04
Mar
2011

Historic Chrysler Plant Demolition Protected By Surety Bond

The demolition of structures and buildings always bring about risks. The main risk is the potential damage that can be done to public or private property. Although it is not decided yet, a large former stamping plant may either be partially or completely demolished in Ohio; it seems a surety bond fits the mold to read more »




23
Jun
2010

Ohio Oil Well Bond

A new law was presented in Ohio State relating to oil wells. The new law is titled SB 165 and provides procedures for acquiring a momentary inactive status for an oil or gas well. Upon the third renewal of this status, a surety bond of no more than $10,000 for every inactive well is necessary. read more »




21
Jun
2010

Ohio Long Term Care Facility Bond

A new bill was enacted in the State of Ohio on May 27th, 2010 concerning long term care facility operators. The new bill, which is referred to as HB 398 provides measures for long term care facility operators that conclude or close their operations, as well as procedures for managing any debt to the U.S. read more »




22
Apr
2010

Ohio Mortgage Loan Originator Bond

HB 1 is a new law in Ohio State that was introduced relating to mortgage loan originators, martial arts match promoters, and manufactured housing dealers. The new law incorporates the new federal law for mortgage loan originators which requires them to be licensed and to attain a surety bond or to be covered by their read more »




03
Nov
2009

Ohio Credit Union Bond

In the state of Ohio, a new law referred to as SB 247, amends existing law in relation to claims against a credit union. SB 247 states that if any depositor, individual, member, or group of persons makes a claim to any share/share account, deposit, security, property held in safekeeping, safe deposit box, obligation, or read more »