Rhode Island Surety Bonds
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Required Surety Bonds in Rhode IslandTypical Rhode Island bonds include (click on any for more info):
Required Surety Bonds in Rhode IslandIn Rhode Island, as in other states, the three main categories of surety bonds need are: construction bonds, license bonds, and court bonds. Learn more about the requirements for each below.
Rhode Island Construction BondsAt Surety Bond Professionals, construction surety is our specialty. You can rely on our surety bond experts to answer your questions and get you competitive prices on the bonds you need. Requirements
- The Miller Act requires surety bonds in order for contractors to bid or work on federal public works projects of $100,000 or more.
- Rhode Island has its own “Little Miller Act” that requires contractors to post both a performance bond and a payment bond in order to take on state-funded projects in excess of $50,000. The required bond amount in such cases is between 50% and 100% of the contract value.
- Municipalities and private project owners sometimes require construction bonds for large contracts. Check your contract to confirm all bonding requirements.
- Performance bonds guarantee that the contractor will complete the project in accordance with the contract and all applicable laws and regulations. Learn more.
- Payment bonds guarantee that the contractor will pay all suppliers, subcontractors, and workers according to the terms of the contract. Learn more.
- Bid bonds ensure that the low bidder on a construction bid will move forward with the contract. Learn more.
Rhode Island License & Permit BondsIn Rhode Island, a number of businesses are licensed by the Department of Business Regulations. These include:
- Alcohol-related businesses (retailers, wholesalers, warehouses)
- Businesses that sell and service mortgages and other loans (loan brokers, mortgage brokers, mortgage lenders, and third-party loan servicers)
Rhode Island Court BondsIn Rhode Island there are two main types of court bonds:
- Appeal bonds may be required of a plaintiff or defendant to ensure the court-ordered return of property or the payment of damages, court costs, or legal fees following an unsuccessful appeal or other adverse ruling.
- Fiduciary bonds guarantee that court-appointed executors, guardians, or others with fiduciary responsibilities carry out their duties in compliance with the law and the rules of the court.
Our experienced professionals will gladly answer any questions you may have about Rhode Island surety bonds to help you get the bonds you need. Request a quote today!