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Georgia Process Servers
Besides meeting other licensing requirements, registrations, exams and fees Georgia process servers are required to file a $25,000 surety bond with the state.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds offers you the GA process server bond for filing. The bond may be prepaid for 2 or 3 years, thereby offering you a savings over an annual renewal of the bond premium.
Georgia Process Server Bond: The Purpose
The purpose of the $25,000 Georgia process server bond is a financial guarantee which ensures your compliance with § 9-11-4.1 – Certified process servers , and any other rules or statutes established by the Judicial Council of Georgia.
The bond protects others — the people of the state of Georgia — from any harm which may be occasioned by the failure to follow established guidelines.
As such, while the bond is required of licensing, it is not insurance for the Georgia process server. Its sole purpose is to protect others from any wrongful or unlawful acts committed by a process server in the course of their duties.
As a process server for the state of Georgia, you are ultimately responsible for any claim paid against your surety bond.
Georgia Process Server Bond: Its Cost
The $25,000 Georgia process server bond is issued to you immediately after completion of an application – which we’ll take from you over the phone – and payment of the $260 premium.
Once issued, the bond is mailed to you by the next business day. We also have options for having the bond sent overnight. While an emailed copy may be available much sooner, only an original bond may be filed with the state of Georgia.
The $260 is a onetime premium for the term of your licensing, 3 years.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is surety bonds-only agency providing thousands of different surety bonds throughout Georgia and nationwide.
We look forward to speaking with you and getting your process server bond quickly.
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