Monthly Archives: December 2011

Joint Venture Licensing in CA, Replacing a RMO & “Leaseback” License Requirements

Real world problems can sometimes be easy to solve. At other times, the complex nature of the problem seems to require a ‘by the numbers’ approach if you expect to reach your goal successfully. A contractor looking at a new … Continue reading

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LLC Contractor Licensing in CA & CSLB Contractor Definitions

There was a lot of news for California contractors coming from the latest CSLB meeting. New regulation may extend the definition of who is a ‘contractor’ and those waiting for LLC licensing now have a date certain to apply. We … Continue reading

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Nevada Contractor License Applications & CA Partnership Licensing

We don’t think too much about government bureaucracy until something goes wrong. That’s usually when the complaints begin. In technology, the rule is ‘garbage in, garbage out’, because computers only know what they are told. You can’t fault government workers … Continue reading

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Disassociating General Qualifiers, Civil Judgement & Suspension

Parting may be ‘sweet sorrow’ but it’s also more paperwork for contractors. Nothing ‘ventured’, nothing gained. As a license qualifier departs it can also open up new avenues of individual opportunity. Another contractor faces a dire situation, and last I … Continue reading

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