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Bonds & Guarantees

CREDSURE is in a position to issue most types of local bonds and guarantees required by contractors and importers including customs and court bonds.
A bond or guarantee can be described as a written understanding by the guarantor to accept responsibility for the performance of a contractual obligation entered into by the contractor.

Customs Bonds

Temporary Importation Warehouse Bond
This covers importation privileges. Where goods are temporarily imported and then exported, firms need to be exempted from duty. This is an undertaking that if goods are not taken out by a specified date, duty will be payable by the guarantor

Warehouse Bonds 
Customs require a bond on warehouses storing imported goods to ensure that duty is paid once the goods have been cleared and removed.

Removal In Transit Bonds 

These cover goods in transit to another destination. For example if goods are imported from South Africa and the end user is in Zambia, the Zimbabwean freight forwarding company does not have to pay duty with respect to these goods. A removal in transit bond is put in place to ensure that goods get to the final customer without duty being paid whilst in transit.

Inward Processing Rebates 
These cover the importation of raw materials without duty and the goods manufactured there from also being exported.

Agents Bond 
This bond is required by Customs from forwarding and clearing companies who handle goods on behalf of other companies for the due observation of ZIMRA regulations and payment.

Construction Bonds
Bid Bond 
This bond ascertains the seriousness of the contractor. It is seen as an assurance by the contractors that the tender procedures will be followed.

Performance Bond 
Covers against defective workmanship and ensures work is done to specifications and standards within the required time.
Advance payment Bond
This bond is required to guard against the misuse of money that is paid in advance to contractors for the purchase of materials.

Retention Bond 
This bond enables the retention monies to be released to the contractor, at the same time guaranteeing the employer that in the event of default by the contractor, such monies will be paid to the employer.

Maintenance Bond

Some defects are noticed 6 months or more after completion of a project, this Bond covers costs of any defects that are realised after completion of works.

Court Bonds

Administration of Estate Bond
The Master of High Court requires this bond to ensure that beneficiaries will not be prejudiced by mal-administration and fraud by the administrator of the estate.

Judicial Management Bond 
This bond is required by the Master of High Court to ensure the due performance of expert management that has been called in to avoid the liquidation of a company that is experiencing financial difficulties.

Liquidators Bond 

This bond is required by the Master of High Court to ensure the due performance of the person appointed in the liquidation proceedings of a company.

Other Bonds

Railway Ledger Bond 
This bond is required by the National Railways of Zimbabwe from the companies that use railway carriage facilities on credit. This bond is required as security against default of the monthly payments by the respective customers.