Purchase Court Bonds from OAMIC

OAMIC offers both court fiduciary and court judicial guarantee bonds. We make purchasing a court bond as simple and cost effective as possible. Everything you need to purchase a court bond is just a click away.

When you need a court-related bond, you want someone knowledgeable assisting you who will ask the right questions and meet your needs. Read below to learn more about the types of bonds, or to apply online.


Types of Bonds

Notary Bonds

Guarantees to the state and the public, compliance with the law and possible damages for improper acts.

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Dishonesty Bonds

Protects your business from dishonest acts by your employees. This includes protection against fraud, embezzlement, forging checks, stealing money, etc.

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ERISA Bonds

An ERISA bond is a special insurance policy that protects a retirement plan covered under The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) against losses that result from fraud or dishonesty.

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Probate Bonds

A bond required of administrators, executors, guardians and conservators, guaranteeing faithful performance of duty in accordance with the laws applicable to the position.

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Civil Court Bonds

A general term embracing all bonds and undertakings required of participants in a lawsuit permitting them to pursue certain remedies in the courts. This includes appeal/supersedes, injunction, replevin and attachment.

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Public Official Bonds

A public official bond is issued to guarantee the performance of a public official, who may be responsible for overseeing bank accounts and public funds or collecting fees. Public officials can also be held accountable for the performance and errors that result in the loss of funds by their staff.

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Lost Instrument Bonds

A bond given by the owner of a valuable security (stock, bond, promissory note, certified check, etc.) alleged to have been lost, stolen or destroyed. The bond protects the issuer of the security against loss which may result from the issuance of a duplicate security or, in some instances, payment of the cash value of the security.

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