|Production Date:||December 2, 2011|
|Practice Areas:||Construction, Real Estate|
As of July, 2008, most contractors performing residential or general contracting work in Georgia must obtain a professional license issued by the Georgia Secretary of State before beginning a new project. Business and construction law attorney, Kevin Veler, reviews the basics of Georgia contractor licensing law. Mr. Veler explains succinctly and clearly the three basic license categories—residential basic, residential light commercial, and general—and will explain various aspects of obtaining licenses for different business entities, including individuals and joint ventures. Mr. Veler also discusses contractor licensing exemptions depending on your profession or the work that you are completing. To conclude the program, Mr. Veler explains the investigation procedures for violations of Georgia contracting law and he also briefly outlines how to anonymously file a report in case of suspected violations.
I. History of Georgia Contractor Licensing Law
II. Definition of a Contractor
III. Who is Licensed?
IV. Specialty Contractor
V. Violations and Board Enforcement
VI. Future of Georgia Contractor Licensing Law
Price: $59.00Purchase Course (For CE Credit)
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