Professional Corporation ActNorth Carolina General Statutes Chapter 55B
The North Carolina General Assembly created the Professional Corporation Act in 1969. The Act provides for corporations (55B-4) and limited liability companies (57D-02-02) to engage in rendering professional services and are subject to conditions and limitations imposed by Chapter 55B and applicable licensing statutes and Administrative Codes.
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Steps to Creating a Professional Business Entity
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Licensing Board Requirements
Each licensing Board has specific requirements for business entity licensure apart from Chapter 55B. These requirements consist of the specific procedure for filing as well as the restrictive statutes within the statutory reference and the North Carolina Administrative Code. Click the appropriate licensing board for specific instructions and web links to the licensing board, statutes and administrative rules.