Plaintiff, a public interest group that was not itself harmed, sued two immigration consultants who had posted statutory bonds issued by Hudson as required under the Immigration Consultant Act (Bus. & Prof. Code 22440 et seq.), seeking injunctive relief for violation of that act. This decision holds that plaintiff cannot recover its attorney fees from the surety, Hudson, because the bond is statutory and so interpreted in conformity with the statute. Here, the statute says the bond is to benefit any person damaged by the immigration consultant’s fraud or unlawful act and allows for recovery on the bond by a person awarded damages in an action against the consultant. Since plaintiff was not damaged, the bond was not issued for its benefit, it cannot recover fees from the surety.