California has a two-year $25,000 unlawful detainer assistant bond requirement for those providing services as an unlawful detainer assistant, those who assist in preparing the paperwork involved in the prosecution or defense of an unlawful detainer action or claim, and does so for compensation. The original Unlawful Detainer Assistant bond must be filed with the county in which the individual will be conducting business.
This surety bond is required to protect individuals who are damaged by any acts made by the Unlawful Detainer Assistant, considered to be dishonest, misrepresentative, fraudulent, or deceitful. The Unlawful Detainer Assistant Bond requirement is set forth in the California Business and Professions Code Sections 6405, to be in favor, and payable to the People of the State of California. The bond is required by the county in which the unlawful detainer has established business services.
County in which the Unlawful Detainer is working/operating
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A $25,000 Unlawful Detainer Bond is required by any person who for compensation renders assistance or advise in the prosecution or defense of an unlawful detainer claim or action, including any bankruptcy petition that may affect the unlawful detainer claim or action. An unlawful detainer claim is defined by a proceeding, filing, or action affecting rights or liabilities of any person that arises under Chapter 4 (commencing with Section 1159) of Title 3, of Part 3 of the California Code of Civil Procedure and that contemplates an adjudication by the court.
The Unlawful Detainer Assistant Bond requirement is set forth in the California Business and Professions Code Sections 6405, to be in favor, and payable to the People of the State of California and is structured to benefit any person or persons damaged by acts made by the Unlawful Detainer Assistant characterized by fraud, dishonesty, misstatement, misrepresentation, deceit and or any unlawful acts or omissions by the Unlawful Detainer Assistant. The Bond guarantees the Unlawful Detainer will comply with the requirements set forth in Division 3, Chapter 5.5 of the California Business and Professions Code. The Surety Company who issued the Unlawful Detainer bond on behalf of the agent or broker must validate each claim and in the event the Unlawful Detainer is found negligent, the Surety Company must pay the damages sought in the bond claim.
Any person or persons to whom the Unlawful Detainer Assistant rendered services.
The Unlawful Detainer Assistant Bond approval conditions are such that the applicant must properly complete a questionnaire pertaining to their field of business in order to qualify for this bond. This questionnaire is available on the web-site and subsequent to submitting it online, an approval or declination will be provided to the applicant within 24 hours.
As the original Unlawful Detainer Assistant bond must be filed with the County in which the UDA is doing business, the original bond will be mailed to the Unlawful Detainer Assistant within 24 hours of submitting their application online, so long as the bond has been approved and the first term premium has been remitted to The Bond Exchange. The UDA will need to file the original bond with the County in which they are doing business. The bond will be placed in regular mail unless the UDA opts to pay the fee associated with overnight delivery during the application process.
* Please be advised that the quote you obtain for this bond may include a fee charged and retained by The Bond Exchange.