NE Lost Instrument or Lost Security Bond

Lost Security Bonds are required in Nebraska by financial instutions when you lose
a negotiable security.
Premiums are usually 2% of the required surety bond amount.

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Lost Instrument or Lost Security surety bonds are required by banks and other financial institutions in the state of Nebraska 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.

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The state of Nebraska can be considered the "greenest" state in the U.S. Arbor Day, the annual celebration of the conservation of the environment, began in Nebraska City in 1872. The state was even called the "Tree Planter's State" until 1945 when the name was officially changed to the "Cornhuskers State".

While on the topic of trees, you may not have known that Nebraska is also home to the worlds largest rainforest, indoor rainforest that is. The building that houses the forest is called the Lied Jungle and is located in Omaha. The state capital of Lincoln is the birthplace of the 9-1-1 emergency system.

It was first used in the city in 1970. While the song, "Home on the Range" may not be about Nebraska, the state took a lyric from the tune and named two of its counties Antelope and Buffalo. The headquarters for the popular "canned ham" cooperation, Spam, is located in Fremont, Nebraska.

The town of Fremont is also home to a large collection of Victorian style homes and a museum dedicated to the people that moved to the state during the time of the Homestead Act. Lincoln County has a museum that holds the largest collection of elephant skeletons in the world.

It seems a proper place for such a museum, in that the biggest fossil from a woolly mammoth, ever found, was unearthed in the same area.

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