Limited Licensed Electrician (LLE)
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Board for Licensing Contractors
The Limited Licensed Electrician (LLE) state license is only required by electricians performing work in a municipality utilizing the Division of Fire Prevention for permits, inspections and covers work less than $25,000 per project.
Always first check with local government to see if they accept the LLE or if they have a local licensing requirement for permits and inspections. The LLE license is issued to individuals passing the LLE trade exam.
The LLE license requirements is defined in T.C.A. § 62-6-102(d) and § 68-102-150.
The following information is needed when applying for a Limited Licensed Electrician license:
- Photo-ID and Social Secuirty Number
- Exam (PSI is the exam vendor)
- Completed Application
- Fee of $50.00 for a two (2) year license
New limited licensed electrician license fees: $50 (issued for 2 years)
Renewal limited licensed electrician license fees: $50
Reinstatement of limited licensed electrician (expired more than 3 months) fees: $80