CCDC 220 – 2002 Bid Bond
CCDC 220 – 2002 Bid Bond
Standard surety bid bond form guaranteeing the bidder’s intention to enter into a formal contract and to provide the specified contract security if the bid is accepted.
* Available in hard copy format only.
Please refer to the purchasing documents section for instructions and the list of document outlets to purchase Surety Bonds.
1. Surety Bonds can exclusively be purchased from a document outlet
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The legislation of the applicable province will set out who can take affidavits and declarations. In Ontario for example, the Commissioners for Taking Affidavits Act <a href=”http://www.canlii.org/”>http://www.canlii.org</a>, states who can take affidavits and declarations. Some individuals by virtue of their office are automatically entitled to do so. This includes provincial judges and Members of the Legislative Assembly, lawyers entitled to practise in the Province, and municipal councillors to name a few. The Attorney General can also appoint Commissioners pursuant to this Act, which is typically the Commissioners of Oaths present in construction associations. They will have stamps and certificates to prove their standing.