If the legal language on your original bond form indicates the bond term is "continuous," non-expiring," or "continues until canceled," this means no new documentation needs to be filed at renewal unless your previous bond is canceled by written notice. Your original bond stays active and on file with the bond holder (also known as the "obligee") until your surety carrier formally cancels the bond with a written notice.
If you have a bond that is "continuous," non-expiring," or "continues until canceled," all you have to do is pay your renewal invoice on time, and your current bond remains active. If you do not pay your renewal invoice on time, your market will cancel your bond.
Our proprietary bond library logs renewal requirements for every single bond form we sell, so by the time you get your renewal invoice, we already know how to process your renewal. You'll always receive your renewal invoice and instructions with plenty of time to renew your bond before the next term begins. Once you pay your renewal, our system will always provide a digital renewal confirmation sent to your email.
If you have a question about the renewal process or need help renewing a bond at this time, call 1 (800) 308-4358 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, and one of our friendly representatives will walk you through the next steps.