Terms of Service Agreement



Last Updated: 06.08.22

Thanks for using The License Company, LLC (Company) for your business needs.  We provide various services to individuals and businesses seeking professional licensure and other related needs herein referred to as Client.  The Company is not a law firm.  The Company and its employees do not provide legal advice and any opinions, correspondence, or other communication should not be construed as legal advice.  Additionally, the information Client obtains on the Company’s website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice.  We strongly recommend the Client contact an attorney and/or your accounting professional if you have questions regarding the legal and/or tax ramifications of incorporation, business structure, registration, and other like or similar issues.


The Company provides services related to professional licensure to businesses and individuals.  These services include but are not limited to:

1.            License Application Processing;

2.            License Application Research;

3.            State Incorporation Application Processing;

4.            State Incorporation Application Research;

5.            Fictitious Name Registration Application Processing;

6.            Third Party Registration Application Processing; and

7.            Other related services as agreed upon.

The Company is not a law firm and does not offer legal advice.  The opinions and representations made by the Company or its employees should not be construed as legal advice.


The Company agrees to provide certain services as agreed upon by the Client and the Company from time to time.  The scope of our services will be communicated to Client in writing prior to commencement.  The Company may charge additional fees for services which are not expressly agreed upon in writing.  These services include but are not limited to:

1.            Any of those services listed under “Our Services” in the paragraph listed above;

2.            Any additional services outside of the initial agreed upon service(s);

3.            Postage, mailings, and other shipping costs as they relate to the agreed upon service(s);

4.            Third-party vendor fees relating to the agreed upon service(s); and/or

5.            Any additional services and fees required as a result of Client’s actions or inactions as they relate to the agreed upon scope of work, the recommendations of the Company, or as required by law.


The Company charges fees for the services it provides.  Additionally, fees may be levied by states, counties, municipalities, licensing authorities, and third-party vendors.  Third-party vendors include but are not limited to:

1.            Registered Agent Services;

2.            Credit Reporting Agencies;

3.            Insurance Agencies and Companies; and

4.            Other third-party vendors related to your requested services not included in the list above.

Client is responsible for all fees charged to the Client by the Company, including those resulting from third-party vendors listed above, as they relate to the service or services being provided.  Further, the Client is responsible for all fees paid by the Company on the Client’s behalf or at the Client’s direction as they relate to the service or services being provided.  The Company does not consent to any waiver of fees due from the Client unless previously agreed upon in writing.

Payment for any service to be performed by the Company on the behalf of the Client is due prior to commencement of those services.  If the Company performs any service or pays any fees related to the service on behalf of the Client prior to receiving payment, in no way does that constitute a waiver of those fees by the Company unless previously agreed to in writing.


Client is responsible for all recurring payments and subscription fees charged for services performed by the Company at the Client’s request.  By providing a payment method, Client agrees that they have read and understand the Terms of Service Agreement.  Additionally, Client authorizes The License Company, LLC and its affiliates and third-party vendors to use the payment method for recurring services and charges incurred on behalf of the Client.  This authority will remain in effect until the Client requests in writing that the Client would like to cancel such recurring payments.  However, cancellation of the recurring services does not relieve the Client of their obligation to pay amounts due for purchases and services which have been made by The License Company, LLC on behalf of the Client.


Client’s payments for Company’s services and other fees is earned upon receipt of the Client’s payment except in those states where prohibited and required by Federal Law.


The Company, its employees, agents, and representatives shall not be held liable by Client, its employees, agents, and representatives for damages incurred as a result of using the Company’s services.  The Company shall not be liable for lost wages, profits, or any other damages as a result of the use of the Company’s services.  The Client is responsible for the accuracy of any and all information provided to the Company.  The Company cannot and does not warrant that its services are or will be free of errors although the Company does take a reasonable effort of care to minimize and/or eliminate them.  As such, the Client is responsible for the accuracy of the information being used as a result of utilizing the Company’s services and the risk for damages associated with those services.  Additionally, Client agrees that any and all tax payments and filings are solely the responsibility of the Client.

With the exception of the Company’s gross negligence or willful misconduct, the Client’s damages shall be limited to the cost of the Company’s services billed to the client excluding any third-party fees paid for by the Company on behalf of the Client.


This agreement shall be governed under the laws of Florida.  Any action brought to enforce this agreement must shall be brought in the courts of Volusia County, Florida.  Each party waives any challenge to this jurisdiction and also waives a jury trial.

In the event that one or more of the provisions of this agreement, for any reason, are to be found invalid, illegal or unenforceable, the invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any other provisions of this agreement.

Client may not assign this agreement or rights and remedies listed herein to any third party.  The Company shall not be held liable by third parties and action under this agreement may only be brought by the Client.

Failure by any party not to enforce any clause of this agreement shall not constitute a waiver of a particular provision of this agreement or this agreement in its entirety.