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Louisiana Business & Law

All companies applying for the Commercial Contractor’s License, the Residential Building Contractor’s License, or the Mold Remediator’s License must have at least one qualifying party complete an online course offered by the Louisiana Licensing Board. This is in addition to any trade examinations which may be required.


 


 

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The references listed below contain a weatlth of information regarding Business and Law in Louisiana. 

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Preapproval is required to sit for any exam in Louisiana

All companies applying for the Commercial Contractor's License, the Residential Building Contractor's License, or the Mold Remediator's License must have at least one qualifying party complete an online course offered by the Louisiana Licensing Board. This is in addition to any trade examinations which may be required.

 

 

All companies applying for the Commercial Contractor's License, the Residential Building Contractor's License, or the Mold Remediator's License must have at least one qualifying party complete an online course offered by the Louisiana Licensing Board. This is in addition to any trade examinations which may be required.

 

 

A licensing application package can be obtained from and filed with:

State Licensing Board for Contractors Post Office Box 14419 Baton Rouge, LA 70898-4419 Applications & Examining Fax: (225) 765-2690 Main Phone: (225) 765-2301

or by e-mail at capplications@lslbc.louisiana.gov (commercial application) or rapplications@lslbc.louisiana.gov   (residential application)

Important Contacts

To apply for a license or schedule an exam, contact:

State Licensing Board for Contractors
Post Office Box 14419
Baton Rouge, LA 70898
(225)765-2301
Applications for the State Plumbing license may be obtained from:

State Plumbing Board of Louisiana
2714 Canal Street, Ste. 512
New Orleans, LA 70119
(504) 826-2382

The Board has formal written reciprocal agreements with the States of Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Tennessee and Utah. The Business and Law course cannot be waived for out-of-state contractors.

There is a 60-day waiting period for out-of-state contractors. The contractor must hold a current license for the last three consecutive year period from the current application date in a comparable classification within the state from which he is domiciled.

The applicant must have the contractor's licensing board of the state in which he is licensed complete a license verification form provided by the board.

There are no Continuing Education requirements for this exam at this time.

The Business and Law course is an online course offered by the Louisiana Licensing Board. The Busines & Law course will be completed at your own convenience on your home or business computer.  Contact the Board for more information 

American Contractors does sell the Louisiana Business Law and Project Management reference book to aid prospective contractors and employers in Louisiana to many of the laws and requirements pertaining to contracting in the state. Please contact us for more informatiion!