Monthly Archives: March 2012

‘Borrowing’ a Contractor’s License, Qualifiers & NV License

Despite what a contractor may believe is the right direction, misinformation about their contractor’s license can often lead to a ‘dead end’. Like the ‘GPS’ of contractor’s licensing law we can help you get to your destination. Another contractor needs … Continue reading

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HIS, License Experience & NV Contractor’s License

You have to walk before you can run, as some younger aspiring contractors must learn. Apprentice is only the first step towards a license.  Winning contracts in the market is always hard work, but on those bids involving government or … Continue reading

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‘Unwritten Rules’, Replacing a RME, “C-7″ & Business Names

While the complex regulations governing contractors in California are largely written in law, some of the ‘rules’ guiding licensing remain ‘unwritten’. These are not actual statutes, but practices derived from CSLB interpreting the ‘black and white’ legislation. We ‘dial in’ … Continue reading

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AZ Licensing, Worker’s Compensation Exemptions & “C-61″

Our first contractor inquiry introduces a new character in the ongoing Capitol Connection story.   One of the most important people working behind the scenes at Capitol Services is stepping up front. Many contractors who have worked with our Sacramento office … Continue reading

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