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With over 17 years of experience in trade licensing, Contractor School Online (CSO) is your primary resource to help you pass your State Contractor License Exam! We offer Online Practice Tests, study materials, books and more.
To become a certified contractor in Alabama, depending on the trade you are interested in, you may be required to pass a trade exam and Business, Law and Management. Use our Information Request Form to find out more.
Contractor School Online (CSO) will assist you with their professional consultants and provide study materials, also practice tests for the Business, Law, and Management and your trade if available. If purchases are made elsewhere make sure the correct author, title and year are appropriate for the trade.
CSO Business, Law and Management Practice Test coincides with the required State Contractor’s Manual.
Please note: Inventory Pricing - Contractors State Bonding and Subjects may change without notice.
Electrical work, along with, construction contracts, that exceed $2500 and are done by out-of-state contractors, are regulated in the state of Nebraska.
Prequalification if required to bid on state highway projects greater than $2500.
Electrical work and construction contracts exceeding $2,500 by out of state contractors is regulated in the state of Nebraska.
Prequalification is required to bid on state highway projects greater than $2,500.
An initial registration fee of $25 is required by the Department of Revenue prior to any award of a non resident contract. A $25 fee for each contract awarded is also required.
Bonds on construction work by out of state contractors are required according to the following schedule:
Contract Value-Bond Requirement
Under $2,500 None
$2,500 to $10,000 $1,000 Bond
$10,000 to $100,000 10% of contract
Over $100,000 5% of contract
Contractors not covered by the mechanic's lien laws shall provide a payment bond for a minimum of the contract value. State contracts valued at less than $15,000 and local government contracts valued at $5,000 or less are exempted from these bonding requirements.
Work for the Nebraska Department of Roads or the University of Nebraska requires a bond equal to 100 percent of the value of the contract.
Nebraska has a reciprocity agreement with South Dakota for electrical contractors.
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