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It is critically important to have current company personnel listed on the company’s licensing records with the Contractor’s State Licensing Board.

February 11, 2019
Amy L. Pierce & Robert A. James - Gravel2Gavel Construction & Real Estate Law Blog

Most contractors are diligent about making sure that they pay their licensing fees, renew worker’s compensation insurance, and maintain the required bonds. What may be less obvious is how critically important it is to have current company personnel listed on the company’s licensing records with the Contractor’s State Licensing Board. Only personnel listed on the CSLB’s records are authorized to act on behalf of the licensee with respect to CSLB-related matters.

Although this may sound simple enough, all such personnel will be required to comply with fingerprinting (and background check) requirements before their applications to be added to the company’s licensing records can be approved. No new personnel will be associated with the licensee until their application is determined to be acceptable and all other requirements are met. Unforeseeable processing delays could result in this new personnel being unable to timely act on behalf of the licensee.

Reprinted courtesy of Amy L. Pierce, Pillsbury and Robert A. James, Pillsbury
Ms. Pierce may be contacted at amy.pierce@pillsburylaw.com
Mr. James may be contacted at rob.james@pillsburylaw.com



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