Monthly Archives: June 2013

RME Liability, Electrical Component Installations & “C-61″/”D-12″

The interaction with contractors and the feedback from readers is why this is written. Knowing you read every word is both gratifying and always of concern in getting it exactly right. We welcome your input positive or negative in serving … Continue reading

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Generals Adding Electrical and Fingerprint ‘Vacations’

A contractor with a great deal of on-the-job history is ‘shocked’ to learn that his work experience won’t do ‘double duty’ as he seeks to add a new class to his existing license. Another license-seeker is advised to remember the … Continue reading

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“B”, “C-5″, “C-27″, “C-61″/”D-41″ Decks and LLC Licensing

Sometimes the ‘landscape’ of contractor’s regulation is like ‘separating the forest from the trees’.  We give added perspective to a recent answer that some thought had us ‘barking’ up the wrong tree! We save another aspiring contractor half of what … Continue reading

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General Payments, Updating Officers and Asbestos Certification

A contractor unsure about what license is required to ‘cut the deck’ is in the cards this time. We offer a second ‘deal’ on a ‘bad hand’ dealt to a contractor who got incorrect advice on asbestos abatement from a … Continue reading

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