Montana Vehicle Title Bond

MontanaThe state of Montana enacted a new bill concerning the method of attaining a title for motor vehicles. The new law, which is titled HB 380, requires a surety bond to be acquired in order to attain the certificate of title for a motor vehicle should it be sold devoid of the manufacturer’s certificate of origin. The surety bond indemnifies individuals who endure damages by the issuance of a title to the vehicle’s buyer. HB 380 law was introduced on January 28th, 2009.


Eric is the Chief Marketing Officer of JW Surety Bonds. With years of experience in the surety industry, he is also a contributing author to the surety bond blog.

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lance baier

you guys are in with the insuraunce companys its a pity. way to cost people a benjamin without even askin our opinion

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Elena

I purchased a mobile home recently and the owner signed over the title but did not give me a bill of sale. I went to transfer the title and found that the seller had gotten a replacement title. So now I am filing for a Bond Title and am required to get a surety bond. Can anyone explain what a surety bond is and how I can get one?

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