Monthly Archives: September 2014

My License Expired, RME Qualifying, Mergers & Reciprocity States

There was a time when LLC’s couldn’t be licensed in California. That changed in 2012, but many contracting rules and regulations put on paper for decades have stood the test of time unchanged. With a nod to the CSLB’s recent … Continue reading

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NV Trade Exams, Water Damage Licensing & “C-39″

Water damage sucks, but is a contractor’s license required to just vacuum it up? Our friends ‘in high places’ will appreciate another question and the answer that is ‘on the house’ as we also clarify rules on Nevada licensing in … Continue reading

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Contractor Work Experience Information, Vehicle Signage & NV SSN Requirment

LLC’s, SSN’s and INS, oh my! We put a ‘finger’ on some issues with Nevada licensing to get us started on our contractor Q&A. Another contractor needs to avoid digging himself into a hole he can’t get out of, while … Continue reading

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SWIFT Justice, Stings and Consumer HVAC Alert

Like everything else, illegal contractors have become ‘hi-tech’ in their pursuit of unlicensed work. Consumers looking for deals online may find sorting the ‘good’ guys from among the unlicensed criminals will take more than a quick ‘search.’ While consumers may … Continue reading

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DIR on Public Works, Renting Qualifiers & CSLB Complaints

While you can ‘rent’ almost any form of construction equipment, that convenience does not extend to contractor’s licenses. A new CSLB enforcement effort is underway in determining who is ‘buying’ into qualifying licenses. Who can and can’t bid on public … Continue reading

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DUI Conviction, Disassociation Gap & AZ Reciprocity

Some things you can do for yourself, others require assistance and some just seem impossible, as one CA contractor has learned in seeking a license in AZ.  With real ‘conviction’ in his plea, another contractor seeks to replace his RME, … Continue reading

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Corporate License Transfers, Disassociation, Bonds & Adding to Inactive Licenses

Like holidays we get good feelings about and enjoy coming back on the calendar, it’s always a pleasure to hear from a contractor we’ve helped before. Especially when we can offer good news in response to the question. Another contractor … Continue reading

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Qualifying More Licenses, “D-51″ & NV Licensing

Our first contractor is fishing for an answer to unexpected and unnoticed changes in life and law, while our second helps us in ‘opening a can of worms’ with his potential action in Nevada. Finally, our last contractor finds satisfaction … Continue reading

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