A Lost Document Bond (also known as a Lost Instrument, Lost Note or Lost Deed Bond) is used when a financial certificate is lost or stolen. Before the bank or financial institution issues you a replacement, they might require you to secure a Lost Document Bond.
A Lost Document Bond is a type of surety bond which guarantees that if the original document is found, the financial institution will not be liable for honoring it. It also guarantees that you (the bonded party) will not be able to cash the original document.
You might be required to get a Lost Instrument Bond if you lose any of the following: Stock certificates; Property deeds; Cashier’s checks; Car titles; Savings bank books; Loan shares; Real estate certificates; Municipal or corporate bonds; Life insurance policies
Application: Call underwriter for appropriate application at 1-800-452-7121
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