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October 2012 Archives

Licensed or Unlicensed? That Is The Question.

As anyone engaged in the construction industry in Florida knows, Florida law requires a "Contractor" to have a construction license. Most, but not all, statewide contractor licenses are found in Fla. Stat. §§ 489.101, et seq., including the registration of local licenses.  Read More...

Unlicensed Contracting Can Prove Costly!

Undoubtedly, contractors who have invested the time, energy, and money to obtain and maintain their licenses may not have high regard for unlicensed contractors. Homeowners who have spent money on unlicensed contractors just to spend the money again to have the work redone properly would justifiably have a very low regard for unlicensed contractors. The courts on the other hand should not hold any particular regard for unlicensed contractors. Their role is to apply the law to a given set of facts.   Read More....

Do You Furnish Work on Public Projects? Knowing the Changes to the Public Project Bond Law Is Essential To Getting Paid

If you furnish labor, services, or materials for the improvement of a public project, significant changes to the Florida public project bond law, section 255.05 Florida Statutes, have just gone into effect. In order to increase your chances of being paid, you need to understand these changes and the potential effects on you.  Read More...

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