CA Insurance Codes

California Insurance Codes – Section 1728 and 1820

The California Insurance Codes are the compiled California laws regarding insurance, including the licensing of bail bond agents. Section 1728 requires that every bail bond agency have an office in the state to conduct business. In addition, the office location must be present on all license applications.

1728.
Every resident insurance fire and casualty broker-agent shall maintain a principal office in this state for the transaction of business. The address of the office shall, pursuant to Section 1658, be specified on all applications for license and renewal applications.

Subsequently, section 1820 requires that every bail agency prominently display their bail license in every office location.

1820.
Every bail license shall be prominently displayed in the office of the licensee.

 

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