Foreign Company Licensing, Qualifier Disassociation and Qualifier Rules

When you are bi-national and cross country you also may need expert assistance! Another out-of-state question from a contractor gets a ‘qualified’ answer ahead of one for a “C-17”. The last one is ‘mistaken’ in more ways than one… Q:  We are a Canadian firm, but our US based company is in Florida.  We have a Contractor’s license … Continue reading Foreign Company Licensing, Qualifier Disassociation and Qualifier Rules

NASCLA License, Family Transfer and Test Reschedule Fees

One size does not fit all when it comes to contractor licenses! A ‘grand-daddy’ of questions has a family flair, and a final question that is ‘pass’ or ‘fail’… Q:  I have taken the NASCLA (National Association of State Licensing Agencies) General Building exam.  Will that qualify me for a license in CA, NV, and AZ?   A:  To … Continue reading NASCLA License, Family Transfer and Test Reschedule Fees

LLC, Removing Managers, Experience Waiver and Subs

I have a ‘limited’ answer for a corporate transfer question and another to ‘manage’ for different contractors. Although, there were no ‘yellow roses,’ I will also answer an out-of-state inquiry before finishing with some ‘landscaping’ work… Q:  Our currently licensed ‘S’-corporation is applying for a license for a newly formed Limited Liability Company (LLC).  I understand it … Continue reading LLC, Removing Managers, Experience Waiver and Subs

RME, Sister Companies, Adding Class and Insurance

Going, going, gone? But this contractor’s ‘number’ hasn’t expired yet. Another gets some ‘re-insurance’ before I answer a “C-20” with ‘class’. Looking to the west for opportunity a Delaware contractor has license questions… Q:  My partner just completed the process of replacing me as the RMO (Responsible Managing Officer) on our license so that we … Continue reading RME, Sister Companies, Adding Class and Insurance