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to get a florida contractor’s license, you are required by the state of florida to be approved by the department of business and professional regulation, and there are two key steps to complete before a license can be issued: first, completing the exam and second, submitting an application.. there are two different licensing classifications. the first is a general contractor certified license.
several licenses, including the general contractor licenses below, will have additional requirements to be met. florida contractor license types. to get a florida contractors license the florida construction industry licensing board, operating under the department of business and professional regulation, requires you to be approved at the state
the florida construction industries license bonds required by the state for contractors under the division i licenses must be in the amount of $20,000, while the division ii contractors are required to get a florida industries financially responsible officer bond amounting to $10,000.
getting a florida contractors license requires you to be certified with the florida construction industry licensing board. depending on the type of license you wish to obtain, there are different requirements and procedures such as passing a test and having previous experience as well as, in some cases, obtaining a contractor license bond.
the florida contractor’s licensing board offers reciprocity. however, you must first demonstrate that the exam you passed in your local state is similar or equivalent to florida’s or that the requirements on which the contractor license was granted are equivalent to florida standards.
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miami (cbsmiami/ap) a florida supplier has been indicted on charges he bribed portland’s former parking manager to win contracts for the city’s smart meter program. george r. levey, 58, of