GA Lost Instrument or Lost Security Bond

This bond is required by financial institutions in GA 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 Georgia 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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Home to many American favorites, it's no wonder we have "Georgia on our minds". Named for King George the II of England, the state is the largest in the eastern United States.

It has had many famous firsts, including the the first college in the world to offer grants to women, Wesleyan College, and in 1828, Auraria was the birthplace of America's first Gold Rush.

If you side with Coca-Cola in the Coke versus Pepsi debate, then you would do just fine in Georgia. The famous drink was invented in 1886 in Atlanta.

The city of Atlanta is also known today as a haven for producing music, specifically hip hop and R&B. Its industry has turned out some very popular artists like Justin Bieber and Usher.

Apart from music, Georgia is a cultural hub for art, film and television. The AMC hit, The Walking Dead, and the Real Housewives of Atlanta, are filmed in the state.

The city of Savannah is the the countries largest historic district and has been named one of the most beautiful cities in the U.S.

If you ever travel to the city you may notice a blue-green color on all of the door frames and windows. This is because the natives believed that the color, representing water, would ward off evil spirits that could not pass over it.

Do you have a problem with those pesky bed-bugs? The phrase, "sleep tight, don't let the bed-bugs bite", originated in Georgia when colonists stuffed their beds with Spanish Moss. It turned out that biting bugs lived within the moss and irritated them as they slept.

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