Monthly Archives: November 2011

Education for Experience Credits, General Licensing and “C-27″ Landscape Bids

‘Where there is a will there is a way’ isn’t always true, but ‘generally’ applies to some contracting opportunities in California. We go several ‘degrees’ out of the way to show education is also ‘experience’ if you really want a … Continue reading

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LLC, Limited & General Partnerships & “C-4″, “C-36″ Licenses

Some contractor licensing ‘arrangements’ are subject to change, others not so much. Learn more about how ‘limited’ some partnerships aren’t. We start with another contractor’s concern about RME’s with a ‘sole’. We also add more ‘fuel’ to the firestorm of … Continue reading

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Government Agency Bids & An Alert on Waiver Scams

Like the 800 lb gorilla in the room, government agencies can generally sit, contract or build however they want in CA. This often doesn’t ‘sit’ well with contractors. Another contractor wants to know if there is ‘truth’ in advertising he … Continue reading

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CSLB, SWIFT Enforcement & Reporting Unlicensed Contractors

With tax revenues down and budget cuts across the board State government is targeting the ‘underground’ economy as a top law enforcement priority. Contractors just want a level playing field whether the market is rising or falling… According to CSLB … Continue reading

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Worker’s Comp Suspension, Family Waiver & RMO’s

Centuries ago in ancient times all roads led to Rome. In California’s contractor licensing world all roads lead to CSLB HQ in Sacramento. When filing on time is a crucial issue going to the ‘source’ is often the best bet … Continue reading

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