DE Lost Instrument or Lost Security Bond

This bond is required by financial institutions in DE when you lose a negotiable security.
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Lost Instrument or Lost Security surety bonds are required by banks and other financial institutions in the state of Delaware when you lose a cashier's check or stock certificate, etc. Lost Instrument or Lost Security bond premiums are usually 2% of the required surety bond amount. Just complete the Lost Instrument section of our application.

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It's all about being number one for this state. Delaware is the leader of the pack, being the first to become a state in 1787. It is also one of the smallest states, coming in second to last in size and is therefore often called a "small wonder".

The state was named for a Virginia governor, Lord De La Warr. The state is also the lowest of those in the U.S. It has an average altitude of just 60 feet above sea-level. Delawareans have proved to be pretty smart!

There are more scientists and engineers living in Delaware than anywhere else in the country. The western border of the state holds a special meaning. While it separates Delaware from Maryland, it is also the Mason-Dixon Line.

The state is home to 50 percent of the countries corporations and a great deal of the world's most successful companies call Delaware home. Also known for its low taxes, many people flock to Delaware for shopping and to station businesses.

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