Monthly Archives: December 2013

Home Improvement Contracts and Working with Suspended or Expired Licenses

While the Legislature writes the rules governing contractor’s licensing in black and white, reading and understanding exactly how they will be interpreted can be confusing. That’s why experts are hired to avoid mistakes. But first a contractor playing by the … Continue reading

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Contractor’s Legislation Round Up

As we gather for the Thanksgiving holiday many families take time to look back at the year past and ahead to the New Year coming. For our Capitol Connection‘family’ of readers it has been a busy year for the Legislature … Continue reading

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Sole Owner to Corporate, Statute of Limitations on Judgements & More on Displaying License Numbers on Vehicles

Some things in life and contractor’s licensing require more time, money or explanation, some less and some can’t be ‘satisfied’ no matter how long you wait, explain or would be willing to spend. But, first there’s more… We always appreciate … Continue reading

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RME, AZ Contractor Licensing Rule Reciprocity and License Numbers on Vehicles

Always a good idea to keep your license and business information up-to-date with the Board, and file a copy for your own reference later. Another contractor will be appalled, as he discovers own failure to understand the full extent of … Continue reading

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Unlicensed Referrals, Door Knock Contractors, Licensing Rules on Jobs

An angry contractor shows there is a fine line between knowing something and actually proving it. We primarily serve contractor and industry licensing needs, but are also ready, willing and able to help consumers with questions. This also helps licensed … Continue reading

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