Contractor’s State License Board Enforcement Stings

From March 8-10, 2011, the Contractor’s State License Board conducted one of your twice yearly undercover sting operations in order to catch unlicensed contractors. The sting spanned 10 cities across the State of California. Charges for the over 135 alleged unlicensed contractors included illegal advertising, and excessive down payments.

Homeowners should be aware of unlicensed contractors, and less often thought about, licensed contractors should also ensure they check the licensing status of those working as subcontractors. Under the law, if a Contractor knows that someone they hire as a subcontractor is unlicensed, they may be charged with aiding and abetting the unlicensed practice of contracting.

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When dealing with these complex issues, you need legal representation that has a long track record of success in these types of cases. Scott Harris and the rest of our team at S J Harris Law will be ready to help you pursue any option available that allows you to keep your license and continue working, no matter what industry you are in.


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