Our online bookstore carries the recommended references for the Minnesota Business and Law License examination. MINNESOTA BUSINESS AND LAW This exam is required in addition to the trade exam in order to obtain the Residential Builder License, the Residential Remodeler License, the Residential Roofer License and the Manufactured Home Installer License. All license requirements and exam details are available on the information page for each individual license. Below are the details for the Business and Law Exam. EXAM DETAILS: Prommisor administers the exam. It is a closed book timed test with 50 multiple-choice questions and a 2-hour time limit. A score of at least 70% is required to pass the exam. The exam fee is $51 per exam. EXAM CONTENT: Enforcement/Licensing Mechanic’s Liens Warranty Administration Management Authority for Zoning ***IMPORTANT REFERENCE MATERIALS INFORMATION*** The only reference materials used during the exam will be provided to you by the testing company on exam day. However, these same references are needed to study and prepare for the exam. The exam covers those State Rules and Statutes that apply to contractors. These are downloadable documents. To view/print these documents, simply select the button following the title. 2007 Minnesota Statutes 326.83 target="_blank" href="">Click Here To Download. Minnesota Rules for Residential Building Contractors, Chapter 2891 target="_blank" href="">Click Here To Download. We currently do not offer a seminar to prepare you for this exam; however, we do have the reference materials needed to prepare for the exam. We have several classes still in development; please check back with us or contact our office at 1-800-992-1910.

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