Alabama bill creates new Public Official surety bond requirement

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Published: Jan 19, 2010
The May 21, 2009 enactment of HB 358 created the position of county manager for Jefferson County, Alabama. In order to legally do business in Jefferson County, the new county manager must get a non-recourse bond (commercial bond) from a licensed, solvent surety company.

This surety bond must in the amount of $50,000 or more, and is required in order to guarantee the faithful performance of the county manager.

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