Major Classes of Insurance

Bond Underwriting

Overview

Bond is an agreement between three parties that has legal force. It is a promise by a surety to pay the beneficiary a sum of money if the performance guaranteed in terms of the bond fails to materialize. The three parties are: The Principal, Contractor and Insurer (Surety).

Bond can also be seen as a formal contract because it has to be in writing, signed, sealed and delivered. It is an express contract because the terms and conditions are usually stated in writing.

Below are the list of some of the commonly written bonds:

  • BID BOND
  • RETENTION BOND
  • ADVANCE PAYMENT
  • PERFORMANCE BOND
  • CUSTOMS AND EXCISE BOND
  • TENDER GUARANTEE
  • CREDIT BOND
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