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Registered Residential Contractor Surety Bond

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State: South Carolina
Category: Contractor's License ...
Class:
Obligee: Residential Builders ...
Amount: 5,000
Duration: 1 Year
Expiration: As Stated

Cost: 150

The State Of South Carolina
Contractor’s License Bonds
Category:
Obligee:
Residential Builders Commissi
Amount:
5,000
Duration:
1 Year
Expiration:
As Stated
Surety Bond Insurance
 
SORPid: A-1
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Registered Residential Contractor Surety Bond
Registered Residential Contractor Surety Bond

The South Carolina Code of Laws requires residential specialty contractors operating in the state to obtain either a license or registration with RBC. The legislature enacted these regulations for ethical business practices, which they hope will provide financial security by requiring a  $5,000 bond from all brokers/specialists who want their businesses registered and insured

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The application process for a Registered Residential Contractor Surety Bond is quick and easy, usually only taking about five minutes from start to bond download (as with most our instant issue bonds). Simply click the "Buy Now" button below, complete the few questions for the bond application, pay your premium online, Docusign the agreements, then download your surety bond delivered via PDF. You can now print your now effective, signed and sealed bond in color.

By posting a surety bond, principals pledge to comply with the conditions of any written contract or applicable law.

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