Membership

Full Member

 

Agency Membership

 

Agency Asso. Member

 

Retired Member

 

Retired Members

Retired Members are individuals who were or are licensed by the authorized governmental agencies within the State of California to execute surety bail bonds for the public sector, are no longer active but want to remain a viable part of the industry. Retired members have full voting privileges on all matters presented to the general membership of the CBAA.

Lifetime Members

Life Members are individuals who are licensed by the authorized governmental agencies within the State of California to execute surety bail bonds for the public sector, and either pay the dues established for life membership or are awarded one by the Board of Directors. Life members retain full voting privileges on all matters presented to the general membership of the CBAA.

 

 

Types of Membership

Full Membership

Full members are those individuals who are licensed by the authorized governmental agencies within the State of California to execute surety bail bonds for the public sector, and pay 100% of the annual dues. Full members retain full voting privileges on all matters presented to the general membership of the CBAA.

Agency Membership

Agency Membership shall consist of 2 Full Members and unlimited Agency Associate Members. The 2 voting members must meet the same qualifications as Full Members under section 3.2A.

Agency Associate Members

Agency Associate Members are employed by an Agency Member and must meet the qualifications of a Full Member under 3.2A and will have all rights and privileges of Full Members, except voting rights. An Agency Associate membership is not transferable.

Associate Membership

Associate Members are those individuals who are not eligible for membership pursuant to 3.2A but desire to contribute money to the Bonding Profession. Associate members do not have voting privileges, but may attend all meetings.

Honorary Member

Honorary Member is a person who has performed notable service for the Association or industry, may become an Honorary member of the Association. Honorary members shall be entitled to any of the privileges of membership without the payment of dues but shall not be entitled to vote or hold office. Honorary membership shall be valid until death unless suspended or revoked for good causes by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors present and voting at any regularly constituted meeting.