Telephone: (803) 896-4686 Roger K. Lowe Rhonda Jackson Faith Howell Chanda Davis Lee English Carol Paquet Georgia Lewis
Advice Counsel to the Board
providing legal advice to all Boards, Commissions
and Panels, as well as their administrative staff.
These attorneys do not provide legal advice to
parties outside LLR.
Telephone: (803) 896-4686
Roger K. Lowe
To make changes to an existing license, complete a Revision Application, Document 180 and follow the instructions for the type of revision you are requesting. There is no fee for revisions. The following is a list of changes that require a Revision Application with additional information below:
To UPGRADE DOLLAR LIMITATION:
Submit the Revision Application along with the correct type of financial statement. The type of financial statement required to initially upgrade a license is not the same as what is required with renewals. See the type of financial statement that is required for each upgrade here at Financial Statement Requirements.
To add a qualifier or add a classification:
The qualifier must take and pass a technical exam (if required). The qualifier must also take and pass the SC Code of Laws Take Home exam (Document 170). Follow the instructions on the application to add a new qualifier.
If the qualifier (1) has already taken and passed the technical exam, (2) transferring from another license, or (3) a waiver applicant, complete the Revision Application, Document 180 and following the instructions on adding a qualifier or adding a classification.
To delete a qualifying party:
Submit the Revision Application, Document 180 listing the qualifying party's name, social security number and the date he/she left the company. An owner/president /partner/authorized representative must sign this notification. You may fax the notification to (803) 896-4814 or mail it to our address.
To change licensed name:
A change in name for an LLC or a corporation requires an amended charter from the Secretary of State. The amended charter must be included with the Revision Application, Document 180. (Not required of a sole proprietorship)
If the federal identification number has changed or the "style of business” has changed (i.e. from a sole proprietorship to a corporation), you cannot use the Revision Application. You must complete a New Application, Document 165. The new application must be accompanied by a financial statement on the new entity, and the license fee for the new license.
To request Inactive status:
Licensee - The owner/president, partner, or authorized representative of a license can submit a written request to the board to request Inactive status. Licensees in an Inactive status cannot bid, offer, negotiate or perform work over $5,000.
Qualifying Party - A qualifying party can submit a written request to the board for their qualifications to be placed on Inactive status and/or request to be deleted as a qualifying party from a specific company.To Reactivate License:
Qualifying Party Reactivation - A qualifying party can reactivate their qualifications by doing one of the following: