Monthly Archives: August 2007

7031 Ruling Raises Stakes for Contractors

The Legislature creates the rules that comprise the laws contractors must follow to do business in California. However, that’s the easy part. When it comes to actual use – Board policy, staff interpretation and legal decisions can change or modify … Continue reading

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Computer links Extend the Reach of Contractor’s Law

Hope you enjoy the celebration of our ‘labors’ to begin this September. I also will take time off to honor this Labor Day, and return the following week. Contractors often have a business name in mind but can run afoul … Continue reading

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New Law to Tighten Rules and Raise Penalties for Using Unlicensed

In life there are winners and losers. Those working as, or working with an unlicensed contractor usually fall in the latter category. From contractors to consumers everyone loses when unlicensed construction work is sub-standard, violates codes or leads to significant … Continue reading

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California Contractors Licensing for Corporations

Like the seasons, some of the questions I get from contractors sometimes seem to fit into a pattern. For instance, as hard as I try to get the word out to contractors and attorneys regarding LLC’s, this question surfaces on … Continue reading

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