The Vermont liquor agent bond is also referred to as a Vermont liquor control bond. The surety bond is required as a condition of licensing with the Department of Liquor and Lottery, Division of Liquor control.
The amount of the Vermont liquor agent bond is at least $10,000, but may be in a higher amount. This amount that will be determined by the Commisisoner.
Qualifying for this bond includes the completion of a short surety bond application --- which we’ll begin with you over the phone – but which will require your signature and that of a witness for completing.
There will also be a standard credit check.
Approval is given to applicants with good credit, and the premium is 1% of the amount required.
Upon approval of your liquor control bond and payment of the premium the following are issued to you:
Both documents are filed by you to:
Department of Liquor And Lottery
Division of Liquor Control
13 Green Mountain Drive
Montpelier, VT 05602
Whatever your surety bond amount, the option exists to prepay that amount up to 3 years.
However, you may wish to keep in mind that the Commissioner may require a different surety bond amount within 12 months. Nevertheless, the option is still available to you.
The Vermont liquor agent bond is a financial guarantee which protects the Department and the state of Vermont generally, from any violations of any relevant laws concerning the licensing of your liquor sales license.
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