A private detective bond is a protective bond for the clients of a private detective or agency. In the case that the investigator or agency acts illegally or fraudulently, the customer will be protected from financial and legal obligation. The bond covers issues relating to illegal or fraudulent activity, privacy violations, or other legal conflicts.
Real estate broker bonds are required in many states for any individual wishing to obtain a real estate broker license. The three parties of a real estate broker bond are the obligee (state in which the license will be issued), the principal (individual applying for a real estate broker license), and the surety (company underwriting the surety bond). Without a real estate broker bond, a realtor may not conduct business.
A constable bond is a public official bond, required before an individual is sworn in as a constable. This surety bond guarantees to the public that the Constable will perform their duties lawfully and responsibly, manage public funds properly and assist law enforcement officials as expected and agreed.