Monthly Archives: July 2012

Installer’s Licensing, Corporate License Suspension & Court Judgments

Can a legal judgment ‘ricochet’ from its intended target? Our first contractor is hoping to get out of harm’s way before the legal battle is joined. We share the steps another contractor must ‘dance’ in a corporate shuffle.  We will … Continue reading

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AZ & NV Family Waivers, Worker’s Comp & CA License Expired

Does a “C-10” need Worker’s Comp if he hires a contract ‘installer’? CA offers a ‘family waiver’ but what about Arizona or Nevada?  John Lennon is credited with saying ‘life happens while you’re making plans’, and our first contractor is … Continue reading

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License Reciprocity, Arizona Qualifiers & Nevada Contractor Licensing

A contractor with a California license looking over the borderlines for business discovers things aren’t always as simple as rumored but having good tools makes the job easier. Another contractor walks a fine line to stay out of ‘hot water’ … Continue reading

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Joint Venture Licensing, General Scope of Work & Installer’s Licensing

Two licensed contractors are putting their heads together but can’t decide whose license will work for their anticipated joint venture. A general engineering contractor discovers if- and where- they can ‘park’. A follow up question on whether a license is … Continue reading

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