From the SF Public Press a 2012 Article on Licensing Issues at CSLB

State says lax rules might let builders use questionable licenses –

SF Public Press
 — Mar 26 2012 – 8:13am

 

The agency overseeing companies that build houses and office buildings across California has for years trumpeted its ability to sniff out phony contractors, often publishing photos of dramatic undercover police stings of unlicensed builders at work on half-finished suburban cul-de-sacs.

But now the agency, the Contractors State License Board, is looking into a problem of the state’s own making — a program that allows contractors to essentially lease out their licenses.

The board has allowed some licensed contractors to earn extra income by supervising as many as three projects across the state. In some cases, licensees would have to travel hundreds of miles to oversee work performed by others, which experts in the field say could pose liability problems.

– See more at: http://sfpublicpress.org/news/2012-03/state-says-lax-rules-might-let-builders-use-questionable-licenses#sthash.L0rSeZoI.dpuf

 
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