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Reciprocal General Contractor Licensing in North Dakota

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The State of North Dakota does not have reciprocal licensing agreements with other states for General Contractors.  Any out-of-state contractor who wishes to work on construction projects of $2,000 or more in North Dakota must register their business and obtain a license from the North Dakota Secretary of State.

As part of the licensing process, contractors are required to:

  • Register their trade name/ business entity with the ND Secretary of State Business Division
  • Obtain the proper forms of insurance and the proper tax permits
  • Complete and submit a license application to the Secretary of State, along with all the required documents and fees
  • Meet all the requirements for license renewal

The Secretary of State offers the following license classifications to General Contractors, which set a monetary limit for each project:

  • Class A- projects over $250,000
  • Class B- projects up to $250,000
  • Class C- projects up to $120,000
  • Class D- projects up to $50,0000

For more information, visit General Contractor Licensing in the State of North Dakota.

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