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Contractor License Bonds

Connecticut Verification Bond for Nonresident Contractors

Changes to the state law regulating contractors created “registration classes” and the requirement for a Connecticut Verification Bond for most non-resident general contractors. Conn. Gen. Stat. §12-430(7) as amended created two classes of nonresident contractors: verified and unverified. A nonresident general contractor… Continue Reading →

North Carolina Letter of Bondability, New Requirements

NC Letter of Bondability






Alaska Contractor License Surety Bond

Alaska Contractor License Surety Bond






North Carolina Landscape Contractors License Surety Bond

North Carolina landscape contractors have a new law and new North Carolina landscape contractors license surety bond requirement.  As of August 1, 2014, the NC Landscape Contractors’ Registration Board, became the NC Landscape Licensing Board.  Requirements for obtaining a landscape… Continue Reading →

Oregon Construction Contractors Surety Bond

Oregon law requires an Oregon construction contractors surety bond from anyone who works for compensation in any construction activity involving improvements to real property.  According to the Construction Contractors Board, “A CCB surety bond provides a limited amount of financial… Continue Reading →

New Jersey HVAC Contractor Surety Bond.

Pursuant to the New Jersey State Board of Examiners of Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) Contractors a New Jersey HVAC Contractor surety bond is now required of new applicants for a license. As published by the Board, “Regulations… Continue Reading →

Minnesota Elevator Contractor Bond

Effective immediately a Minnesota Elevator Contractor Bond will be required from both full and limited licensees.  According to the Minnesota Department of Labor’s open letter, “The changes became effective July 1, 2013. Elevator contractors and elevator constructors are currently licensed under… Continue Reading →

Iowa Sheet Metal Contractor Bond

The Iowa Legislature has passed new contractor licensing law.  An Iowa Sheet Metal Contractor Bond is one of several new requirements of specific classes of contractor.  Pursuant o the new statute, “sheet metal” means heating, ventilation, air conditioning, pollution control,… Continue Reading →

Kansas Roofing Contractor Bond

The General Assembly has recently passed a new statue requiring a Kansas Roofing Contractor Bond where previously such contractors were unregulated by the state.  Many cities and counties have their own requirements, including ICC or other testing requirements.  Most contractors are… Continue Reading →

Florida Contractor License Bond

A Florida contractor license bond is required of a construction contractor applicants if  he or she cannot evidence financially responsibility and financially stability. The Construction Industry Licensing Board is the division of the Department of Business Regulation that reviews applicants and issues… Continue Reading →

North Carolina Letter of Bondability

An electrical contractor license applicant will need a North Carolina letter of bondability in order to receive a license to operate in the state.  Licensing is required of anyone that engages in the business of installing, maintaining, altering or repairing any… Continue Reading →

Oregon Contractor Bond

Oregon law requires an Oregon contractor bond from anyone who works for compensation in any construction activity involving improvements to real property.  The principal mus alsot be licensed with the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB). The regulated business activities include… Continue Reading →

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