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South Carolina Permit Bond (County of Spartanburg)

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South Carolina Permit Bond (County of Spartanburg)

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The State of South Carolina
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State: South Carolina
Category: Permit Bond
Class: License & Permit Bonds
Obligee: County of Spartanburg
Amount: Varies
Duration: Stated on Bond
Expiration: Stated on Bond

Cost: Depends on applic...

The State Of South Carolina
Permit Bond
Category:
License & Permit Bonds
Obligee:
County of Spartanburg
Amount:
Varies
Duration:
Stated on Bond
Expiration:
Stated on Bond
Surety Bond Insurance
 
SORPid: A-282
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South Carolina Permit Bond (County of Spartanburg)
South Carolina Permit Bond (County of Spartanburg)

South Carolina Permit bond (County of Spartanburg) A surety bond is required to secure a permit for work along public highways or other public roadways. The key may be required for excavation, grading, sidewalk, encroachment, maintenance, or other roadway work. The bonds typically ensure work is completed in compliance with specifications and contract documents.

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By posting a surety bond, principals pledge to comply with the conditions of any written contract or applicable law.

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