Monthly Archives: August 2013

Mechanic’s Lien Rules, General Builder’s & Swimming Pools and Handyman Limits

Handymen need to remember the scope and limits of their work or they might find themselves ‘a dollar’ over the line and on the wrong side of the law.  Licensed contractors also face significant penalties when projects go astray, including … Continue reading

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Handyman Rules, Generals, Subs & Materials Payments

A ‘general’ question starts out this Q&A, and for anyone who employs subcontractors a valuable lesson comes with the answer. We discover a ‘major’ glitch in the ambitions of another contractor and a handyman with a ‘minor’ problem… Q:  I … Continue reading

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B&P 7031, LLC’s, Bonds, License Suspension & Expired Licenses

Despite the obvious ‘suspense’ we step up to provide a ‘remedy’ for a contractor worried about ‘hiccups’ in applying for the LLC license. Just in time, we remind all our readers why it is critically important to keep the CSLB … Continue reading

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RME, General & “C-10″, Worker’s Comp Exemption & New 2013 Rules for “C-20 & “C-21″ Contractors

Like the chefs at your favorite diner we are cooking up a few ‘short’ orders while providing contractors with a steady diet of ‘Q and A’ at the Capitol Connection. We finish this feast as the CSLB is ‘turning up … Continue reading

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