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Contractor Licensing requirements

Contractor Licensing

Increasingly, states require the licensing of residential, general, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, utility, and specialty trade contractors. The ability to obtain a construction contract or to secure a building permit can hinge on the contractor's holding the proper classification of license. Some statutes require that licensing be obtained by use of a designated qualifying agent. Because a license is often the life-blood of a construction company, it is supremely important to obtain the proper class of license, meet challenges to that license, and employ the license as a mean of preserving rights, should a construction dispute arise.

Roberts Construction Law, LLC can assist you in determining the impact of licensing on the project, contract, or dispute at hand.

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