Often security (bonding) is required by government agencies to ensure organizations follow regulations with respect to licensing and payment of duties and taxes. CapriCMW’s Surety Bond Advisors have issuing authority from all the major bonding companies which gives us on-site Power of Attorney to issue your commercial bond instantly. We’ve made it easy, fast, and efficient for you to get the bond you need. We can provide a wide range of commercial bonds including:
- Licence and Permit Bonds
- Customs and Excise Bonds
- Fiduciary and Estate Bonds (Court/Judicial Bonds, Probate Bonds)
- Lost Instrument Bonds
- Carnet Bonds
The following are areas or types of operations where Licence and Permit Bonds are required:
- Gas Contractors
- Mine Operations/Environmental Remediation
- Roofing Contractors
- Collection Agencies
- Consumer Protection
- Direct Sellers
- Grain Dealers
- Hazardous Waste Transport Licence
- Electrical Contractors
- Contractor’s Licence & Permit
- Real Estate and Mortgage Brokers
- Highway Transportation
- Motor Vehicle Dealers
- Private Investigators
- Road Cut Bonds
- Livestock Dealers
* There may be other areas security is required and a bond can be posted
Customs and Excise Bonds relate to the duties and taxes that are required to be paid to the government. Types of activities and taxes covered may include:
- Cannabis Tax Bond (for licensing)
- Bonded Carrier Operations
- Customs Bonded Warehouse
- Customs Broker License
- Customs Sufferance Warehouse
- Fuel Tax
- Non-Resident GST
- Brewer, Spirits, Distiller/Wine, or Tobacco Tax
- Duty Free Shops
- Release of Goods
- Temporary Importation
- US Customs for Imported Goods/Operations
- Sales Tax
- Air, Highway, Marine, or Rail Carrier Tax
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