Monthly Archives: June 2007

General Questions for Contractors

Some ‘general’ questions from our contractors this time. Are you an RMO? How much do you get paid for qualifying the license? A contractor is seeking ‘credit’ from the Board, while another wants to be ‘shown the money’. Finally, I’ll … Continue reading

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Suspected Fraud, Fictitious Names

Suspected fraud, fictitious names and ink stained fingers tell these contractors tales. Unfortunately, some stories don’t have a happy ending. For two of these contractor’s problems the solutions are relatively straightforward, but another will find my answer ‘stings’ and ignorance … Continue reading

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Working Across State Lines

Some of the most interesting questions, or strange twists, on contractors licensing law come to me from contractors interested in working across state lines. While California has its own comprehensive and complex rules for contractors, other states add their own … Continue reading

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Cost of License

What’s it cost to get your license now? Those fees and associated costs have risen with some new requirements. Is there a ‘handywoman’ license? Every contractor with employees should take note of the important news regarding a recent court decision… … Continue reading

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