People with criminal records are not bondable.
what is the criteria for being bondable?
A person is bondable if they can find someone who will carry the bond. In this case, you can probably find someone to insure you, you just may have to pay a higher premium.
Bondable usually means that an individual has no criminal record. Some companies also include credit history in the definition of bondable individuals.
Yes, a person is still bondable. They just have to be able to pay their bond or have a clear background check to be bondable.
You are not bondable if you have a felony on your record. The insurance company doesn't want the risk that comes with bonding a felon.
Too be bondable in Ontario is (not have been found guilty of any criminal offenses related to theft or fraud) Having a criminal record alone does not necessarily exclude you from being bondable.
Bondable means you do not have a criminal record, so when asked: "are you bondable?" and you have a clean record, answer "yes."You can also get around this if you've been pardoned for your offense. So you're also bondable if you went through the pardon process and had your record sealed. See related link below:
how long will it take to find out who stole what from which place? how long will it take to find out who stole what from which place?
Depends on the state.
That depends on the reason you do not qualify, but most are hard to change. Bad credit rating, history of drug or alcohol abuse, felony convictions?
Yes, a person is still bondable after being charged with an assault. A person is only unable to get bonded if charged with a felony.