South Carolina Licensed Residential Specialty Contra...

Licensed Residential Specia...
Contractor License Bonds
$10,000

South Carolina Licensed Residential Specialty Contractors-HVAC, Plumber, Electrician- Bond ($10.000) If you are a Licensed Specialty Contractor, operating in the State of south Carolina, you are required to execute a South Carolina Licensed Residential Specialty Contractor Bond in the amount of $10,000. (Original bond signed by the applicant with the power of attorney attached) is required if you are doing projects that exceed $5,000 for total cost of construction. (labor and materials added together, regardless of who purchases the materials) The obligee, SC LLR/Residential Builders Commission mandates it to ensure compliance with section 40-59-10 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina.

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Licensed Residential Specia...

Bond Details

State: South Carolina
Category: Licensed Resident...
Obligee: Residential Build...
Amount: $10,000
Duration: 1 Years
Expiration: Stated on Bond

Cost: $200

Licensed Residential Specialty Contractor
Cost:
$200
State:
South Carolina
Category:
Contractor License Bonds
Obligee:
Residential Builders Commission
Amount:
$10,000
Duration:
1 Years
Expiration:
Stated on Bond
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