What is a Class I Wildlife Surety Bond?
A Class I Wildlife Surety Bond is one way the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission regulates the exhibition of class I wildlife. The Class I Wildlife Surety Bond ensures that the exhibitor will indemnify an injured party should an injury occur or other damage result from the exhibited class I wildlife and comply with the laws of Florida and the Commission governing the capturing, keeping, possessing, or exhibiting class I wildlife.
What is the current market for a Class I Wildlife Surety Bond?
Class I Wildlife Surety Bonds are widely written by multiple surety bond markets. The amount for the Class I Wildlife Surety Bond is $10,000. Terms of approval and premium are largely determined by the financial condition of the citrus dealer’s corporate and/or personal net worth, experience, and the needed bond amount.
How do I apply for a Class I Wildlife Surety Bond?
- Start by filling out our Class I Wildlife Surety Bond application
- E-mail or fax the information to firstname.lastname@example.org or (888) 204-8716
Please note that additional underwriting information may be needed depending on bond request, information submitted, and to obtain the lowest possible rate.