To find "Acme And Dunbar Incorporated," you should type "Acme And Dunbar," making sure to capitalize each word. This entry will present a list of all the licensees with the phrase "Acme And Dunbar" contained in the licensee name.
If searching for a license in an individual's name, type the last name, followed by a comma and the first name. For example, "John Doe" would be typed as "Doe, John." Proper capitalization is required.
Enter a portion of the qualifier's name with proper capitalization, last name first. For example, if you were looking for "Howard K. Smith," you could type "Smith" which would present a list of all the qualifiers with the name Smith. Typing "Smith, Howard" would present a list of all the qualifiers with the name Howard Smith.
Please Note: The classification resulting from this search may not reflect the exam passed by the qualifier. This search shows only the qualifier's name and the licenses he/she is qualifying by his/her examination. The classification is attached only to the licensee.
Laws refer to the general statutes applicable to the practice of general contracting in North Carolina. Regulations are the sections of the North Carolina Administrative Code defining the operations of the Board and its authority as an occupational licensing board.
The Homeowner's Recovery Fund, enacted in 1991, provides assistance to eligible North Carolina homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor.