The differences are:
- A professional limited liability company must also comply with North Dakota’s Professional Organizations Act, Chapter 10-31 as well as the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, Chapter 10-32.1.
- A professional limited liability company may provide only one professional service unless the licensing laws of North Dakota authorize two or more kinds of professional services to be practiced in combination.
- All members must be licensed to provide the professional service for which the professional limited liability company was organized.
- The professional limited liability company must provide a certificate from the North Dakota board that licenses individuals to practice the professional services provided by the professional limited liability company certifying that all members are licensed. To contact the licensing board, see http://governor.nd.gov/boards/.
To contact the licensing board, see http://governor.nd.gov/boards/.
No, since no individual may be simultaneously an executive or owner of more than one professional organization. See NDCC, Section 10-31-06
No, only those members that will practice in North Dakota need to be licensed and provide certification of licensure with the registration filed with the Secretary of State.