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Indianapolis Contractor License Bonds

  The City of Indianapolis (Marion County) requires contractors to be licensed and to provide Indianapolis Contractor License Bonds. Article I of Indianapolis – Marion County Code Section 875-101 reads, (1) “Any person, partnership or corporation that has entered into a contractual relationship to engage in any construction, land alteration (as defined in section 561-109 of this […]

Kansas Motor Vehicle Dealer Bonds

Like most states, Kansas requires motor vehicle dealers to be licensed and maintain an active Motor Vehicle Dealer License Bond. Kansas statute 8-2404 (a) says, “No vehicle dealer shall engage in business in this state without obtaining a license as required by this act.” One of the requirements to get and maintain an active dealer […]

Alabama Motor Vehicle Dealer Bonds

Auto Dealers in Alabama must file a Motor Vehicle Dealer and Designated Agent Bond with the state to obtain and keep a valid license. Alabama continues to grow in the auto industry. In fact, three of the top ten American made vehicles come from Alabama, so it is not surprise that the state requires a […]

Arkansas Contractor License Bond

Many commercial contractors in Arkansas need an Arkansas contractor license bond. The state has different requirements for these Arkansas Contractor License Bonds depending on what type of work the contractor performs and what size the projects are. Classifications of Arkansas Contractors Arkansas separates contractors into four different classifications for licensing purposes. These are: Commercial License […]

Alaska Contractor License Bonds

Most contractors in Alaska need a valid contractor license and a valid Alaska Contractor License Bond to legally operate in the state. The license bond protects the public by ensuring that the contractor will perform their obligations and operate according to state and local laws. Specifically, Alaska requires the Contractor License Bond to protect the […]

Nevada Contractors License Bonds

Nevada contractors must put up a Nevada Contractor License Bond to operate in the state. This is a surety bond that guarantees that the contractor will comply with state laws and regulations. A contractor who violates those obligations may have a claim made against the license bond. This protects the general public by making funds […]

Washington Contractor License Bonds

Contractors in the State of Washington are required to be licensed and have a Washington Contractor License Bond. Each contractor must register with the Department of Labor and Industry (L&I) to perform work. They must also post a Washington Contractor License Bond and evidence of insurance to protect the public. What Does a Washington Contractor […]

Oregon Contractors License Bonds

Like many states, Oregon requires contractors to be licensed and to post a valid Oregon Contractor’s License Bond in order to work in the state. The state deems that anyone doing work for compensation will need a license and a license bond. The license bond is meant to protect property owners by ensuring that contractors […]