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Surety Bonds vs Insurance
Surety bond and Insurance, are two different policies.Just put this way Insurance protect your property and bonds protect the public.There is no expiration date for bonds and continues until cancelled by one of the parties or in accordance with the bonds condition.The surety bond guarantees the performance of a duty by a person or contractor in accordance with the term of the contract.
A surety bond involve 3 parties where only 2 parties are involved in the Insurance contract The 3 parties involved in the surety bonding process are :
The Principal : The partie who has the duty to perform . The Surety : The party issuing (finance) the bonds. and
The obligee: The party requesting the bonds and reimbursed by the surety.