Alaska Escrow license
Alaska Requires Escrow companies to be Licensed
Alaska Escrow licensing: Alaska requires companies to be licensed as an Escrow company. Companies must also still comply with federal, state and local laws. Other licenses or permits may be required depending on the nature of each particular business.
Certificate of Authority
With certain limited exceptions, an Alaska Certificate of Authority is required if a company does business in Alaska regardless of where the company is located.
A certificate of authority (also known as a certificate of registration) is a document that the State of Alaska requires companies not incorporated in Alaska to obtain before “transacting business” within the state borders of Alaska.
The filing fee for getting licensed as an Escrow company in Alaska is: Call for a free quote.
The filing fee for a foreign limited liability company to register an Alaska Certificate of Authority is $350.
The filing fee for a foreign corporation to register a Alaska Certificate of Authority is $350.
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