Surety Bail Bonds (Individual & Business Entity)

Definition

SURETY BAIL BOND AGENT – Any person who executes an undertaking of bail in this state on behalf of a Surety company. License AND appointment are required prior to acting in this capacity.

Applicable Statutes

C.G.S. §38a-660 – see Laws and Regulations

Fees

Initial: $250.00
Reinstatement: $250.00
Renewal: $100.00
No pro-rating, non-refundable application fee.

Duration

Two (2) years – Expires January 31st every EVEN year.

How to Apply

How to Renew

How to Amend Lines of Authority

Not applicable.

How to Reinstate a License

How to change License information (ie.: demographics)

Bail Bonds Regulation

Print a copy of the license

Search and print a license

Initial Education Requirements

Bail Bonds Regulation

Waivers due to Designations

Not applicable.

Renewal Continuing Education (CE) Requirements

Not applicable.

Cancel License

Contact: cid.fraud@ct.gov

Important Information

Pursuant to C.G.S. §38a-660, anyone who has even been convicted of a disqualifying offense shall be ineligible for a Surety Bail Bond Agent License.

Disqualifying offense means A) a felony; B) a misdemeanor if an element of the offense involves dishonesty or misappropriation of money or property; or C) a misdemeanor under section §21a-279, §53a-58, §53a-61, §53a-61a, §53a-62, §53a-63, §53a-96, §53a-173, §53a-175, §53a-176, §53a-178 or §53a-181d.