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What proof should a venue require of a contractor to establish it has a permanent place of business in North Carolina for a nonresident limited liability company, corporation, or partnership?

Corporations and limited liability companies that receive a Certificate of Authority from the North Carolina Secretary of State are also issued an identification number. This number is different than the business’ federal employer identification number. The payer should request that the contractor provide the identification number issued by the North Carolina Secretary of State and maintain that number in its records.

For partnerships, the venue should request that the partnership provide its federal identification number and its North Carolina address and maintain that information in its records.

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Updated on March 2, 2020

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