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Georgia Agriculture Products Dealer Bond

Georgia Agriculture Products Dealer Bond Georgia laws require that certain businesses or individuals purchasing agricultural products (fruits, vegetables, eggs and pecans) from or selling for Georgia producers or storing certain agricultural products (see warehousing in list below) maintain adequate surety bond coverage. The purpose of this coverage is to provide limited financial protection for our Georgia producer or the individual storing the product. The following businesses and individuals are required to maintain surety bond coverage with the Department. Cotton Dealers Cotton Warehouses Grain Warehouses Grain Dealers Dealers in Agricultural Products Brokers/Sales Agents of Agricultural Products Distributors of Agricultural Products Chain Stores Livestock/Equine Sales Establishments Livestock/Equine Dealers Livestock/Equine Brokers/Livestock Sales Agents

Georgia Warehouseman Bond

Georgia Warehouseman’s Bond Warehouseman’s Surety Bond is required by the state of Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture. This Bond requires the principal to fully and faithfully fulfill all duties of a public warehouseman under the Georgia State Warehouse Act. The principal must also fulfill any and all duties of a grain dealer as well where applicable. It guarantees that the applicant will faithfully comply with law.

Georgia Certified Scale Repairman’s Bond

Georgia Certified Scale Repairman’s Bond The Certified Scale Repairman’s Surety Bond is required by the State of Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture. This Bond guarantees that the principal shall faithfully comply with the regulations governing a Certified Scale Repairman and indemnify the Commissioner of Agriculture from damages as a result of negligence, incompetence, or misconduct of the Principal.

Georgia Grain Dealer Bond

Georgia Grain Dealer Bond The Grain Dealer Surety Bond is required by the state of Georgia Commissioner of Agriculture. This Bond guarantees the principal will pay the producers and their agents for all bought grain required by Georgia Law 1976. It guarantees that the applicant will faithfully comply with law.