Bonds for the Win
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(1) If the Public Official is NOT performing their duties for the community, or they are enforcing mandates that are NOT laws upon the people, than anyone can write a letter to the Public Official demanding a certified copy of their Surety Bond – every Public Official is required to provide this information by law. In some states you might be required to pay a small fee to obtain this copy.
(2) Write a letter to the Public Official of intent to file against the Surety Bond. State in this letter what harm he/she has caused you or the community, what needs to be done to rectify the situation, and the timeline for rectification. You should also include the amount of money they will be liable for and an explanation of how Surety Bonds work.
(3) If the Public Official does not stop or take the action(s) you request, you can put them on notice by submitting a “Color of Law“ violation.
(4) If this fails, you can write a claim against the Public Official’s Surety Bond. Depending on the laws of your state, more than one claim can be filed against a single bond holder. To submit this claim, simply write a letter to the company that holds the Surety Bond. State in this claim letter what harm the Public Official has caused you or the community. In some states, the bonding company may require that you fill out a form.
The following videos will walk you through the process.
Step 1 Obtain the Bond
Step 2 Serve a Letter of Intent
Step 3 Filing a Claim
Bond Request Letters -https://bondsforthewin.com/bond-request-letter-examples/
Letter of Intent -https://bondsforthewin.com/intent-to-file-claim/
File a Claim -https://bondsforthewin.com/filing-a-claim/
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