In Jail? Need Bail?
A bail bondsman can be a surety bondsman, professional bondsman or an accommodation bondsman.
A commissioner is The North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance.
A licensee is a person who has been licensed as a bail bondsman or runner under Article 71 and who has held the license for a period of less than 12 months.
An insurer is a domestic, foreign, or alien surety company which has qualified generally to transact surety business and particularly to transact bail bond business in this State.
An obligor is a principal or a surety on a bail bond.
A principal defendant or witness who is required to appear in court as required upon penalty of forfeiting bail under a bail bond or a person obligated to return a motor vehicle subject to forfeiture in accordance with G.S. 20 28.3(e).
A professional bondsman is an individual who is licensed and approved by the Commissioner and who promises approved securities or cash with the Commissioner as security for bail bonds