Contractor’s law can sometimes make for some funny, even strange, changes when you reorganize, as you will see, logic does not always apply. Accurate, up-to-date documents are essential to ‘win’ bids or work, so you already know what happens when you take your eye off the ‘prize’, while we all learn a ‘secret’ about replacing … Continue reading College Experience, JV’s & LLC’s Licenses, Suspensions and Agents for Service
Like a broken ‘pinata’ after you’ve spilled the candy some time has to pass before you can take another ‘waiver’ and expect candy again. Another contractor’s ‘sole’ purpose is to continue working after his company quits! I also help an Oregon contractor make a good landing in taking a ‘leap of faith’… Q: My company … Continue reading Waiver Limitations, Corp to Sole Owner Transfers and “A” or “B” License?
A contractor ‘stepping up to the plate’ for his first application ‘triples’ a question down the right line in seeking expert advice. Another interested in getting back to work discovers there is an extra step or two because of his ‘inactivity’. Like a rerun of Johnny Carson’s rerun of The Tonight Show’s fortune teller act … Continue reading Adding “C-7” & Telecommunications, Cost for Retaking the Test and Inactive Licenses
New ‘recycled’ rules are being written and contractors are needed to help build them. To paraphrase Jagger, ‘while you can’t always get what you want, sometimes you can get what you need’ as a Glazer learns. While you can bet on almost anything in Nevada, your ‘finances’ are never in ‘play’ when applying for a … Continue reading NV Financial Statements, “C-17” and Input on CA Water Recycling
Like having a ‘ticket to ride’ you can’t bid without one. The ‘son’ won’t shine on the job without ‘insuring’ Dad’s safety ‘policy’ is in place. If you can handle the ‘truth’ there is a special alert for Veterans, as CSLB is looking for a few ‘good’ contractors… Q: You helped our company add the … Continue reading State Line Rule & Reciprocity, Worker Comp Exemption, Fingerprinting for LLC’s and Veteran’s Industry Expert Program
A contractor decides his days as a Qualifier have run their course, so what now? First, Mom may or may not have the right idea. While ‘multiplicity’ was in a movie being in more than one place at the same time is still impossible in the real world, even for contractors!... Q: My son wants … Continue reading Scope of RME vs RMO and Qualifier Signing Rule
Among the best advice I received as a kid was ‘documentation’. Keeping good records is important. For current and future contractors that’s also always going to be true, especially when counting on ‘experience’ in a license application. We also ‘incorporate’ a good lesson for all Soles to remember… Q: I'm going retire and my son … Continue reading Family Waiver, Signing for Experience, “C-20” and Adding Inc. To Your Name