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Partnership Licensure Instructions  

 

 


North Carolina General Statute 89C-24 requires all Partnerships that practice or offer to practice engineering and/or land surveying in North Carolina to obtain licensure with the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers & Surveyors. The three types of Partnerships are General Partnership, Limited Partnership and Limited Liability Partnership.

Application for Licensure as a Partnership

If filing as a General Partnership, use Section A of the instructions. If filing as a Domestic Limited Partnership, use Section B. If filing as a Foreign Limited Partnership, use Section C. If filing as a Domestic Limited Liability Partnership, use Section D. If filing as a Foreign Limited Liability Partnership, use Section E.

Section A - General Partnership Applicants
1. Complete the Business Firm Application.

2. Send the original Business Firm Application to the Director of Business Licensure & Compliance along with a $100.00 Application fee made payable to the NC Board of Examiners or by providing a completed Credit Card Information Sheet attached to the application.

Section B - Domestic Limited Partnership Applicants
1. Complete the Business Firm Application.

2. Complete the North Carolina Secretary of State Form LP-01 (Certificate of Domestic Limited Partnership).

3. Send the original Business Firm Application and a copy of Form LP-01 to the Director of Business Licensure & Compliance along with a $100.00 Application fee made payable to the NC Board of Examiners or by providing a completed Credit Card Information Sheet attached to the application. Keep the original of Form LP-01 to file with the NC Secretary of State after the application is approved by this office.

Section C - Foreign Limited Partnership Applicants
1. Complete the Business Firm Application.

2. Complete the North Carolina Secretary of State Form LP-04 (Application for Registration as a Foreign Limited Partnership).

3. Send the original Business Firm Application and a copy of Form LP-04 to the Director of Business Licensure & Compliance along with a $100.00 Application fee made payable to the NC Board of Examiners or by providing a completed Credit Card Information Sheet attached to the application. Keep the original of Form LP-04 to file with the NC Secretary of State after the application is approved by this office.

Section D - Domestic Limited Liability Partnership Applicants
3. Complete the Business Firm Application.

4. Complete the North Carolina Secretary of State Form LLP-01 (Application for Registration of a Limited Liability Partnership).

4. Send the original Business Firm Application and a copy of Form LLP-01 to the Director of Business Licensure & Compliance along with a $100.00 Application fee made payable to the NC Board of Examiners or by providing a completed Credit Card Information Sheet attached to the application. Keep the original of Form LLP-01 to file with the NC Secretary of State after the application is approved by this office.

Section E - Foreign Limited Liability Partnership Applicants
4. Complete the Business Firm Application.

5. Complete the North Carolina Secretary of State Form LLP-02 (Application for Registration of a Foreign Limited Liability Partnership).

6. Send the original Business Firm Application and a copy of Form LLP-02 to the Director of Business Licensure & Compliance along with a $100.00 Application fee made payable to the NC Board of Examiners or by providing a completed Credit Card Information Sheet attached to the application. Keep the original of Form LLP-02 to file with the NC Secretary of State after the application is approved by this office.

Forms:
Business Firm Application
Form LP-01
Form LP-04
Form LLP-01
Form LLP-02

 

 

 

     

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