County Official Bonds throughout Alabama
Enacted on May 22, 2009, Alabama SB 111 mandated a couple of changes to the surety bond requirements for public officials in every county. Under the new law, any county employee or official that the county commission designates will be required to obtain a surety bond. County commissions can mandate that any director or member of a public board must post a surety bond in order to guarantee that they faithfully carry out the duties of their office, or assigned position. In the past, these surety bonds were made payable to the state of Alabama, but now they are payable to county treasuries. Specific bond amounts will be determined by the respective county commissions.
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Robin Kix is currently the Renewal Department Manager. Since joining Lance Surety in 2014, she has helped thousands of businesses throughout the nation remain compliant at the federal, state and local level. She has significant experience supporting commercial bond lines, particularly in the automobile, transportation and construction industries. Robin and her team work together to create a positive customer service experience at the time of every policy renewal, whether that be finding the best pricing or offering additional assistance.
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