Florida Contractor License Law Update
1 hour 30 minutes
Understand what it means for a contractor or subcontractor to be licensed and avoid the pitfalls associated with unlicensed contracting.
Florida's contractors' licensing law is a complicated scheme. If you are a contractor or subcontractor in Florida, it is imperative that you understand Florida's licensing laws that govern your scope and work/services. Additionally, if you are an owner, it is imperative that you have an understanding as to what it means for a contractor or subcontractor to be licensed. Having this understanding will allow you to proactively avoid the pitfalls and consequences associated with unlicensed contracting. The focus of this topic is to give those involved in construction an in depth overview of Florida's contractor's licensing law. Learn important licensing requirements as well as consequences involved with unlicensed contracting. Discuss Florida case law applying Florida's licensing requirements to real-life factual scenarios. Do not miss this topic if you are involved in construction and are dependent on having a license or hiring those that are required to have a license.
- You will be able to define and understand contracting in Florida.
- You will be able to describe those scopes/services that need a contractors' license in Florida.
- You will be able to identify whether a certain scope/service is required to have a contractors' license, is excepted from the licensure requirements, or simply does not need a state license in Florida.
- You will be able to discuss the consequences of unlicensed contracting in Florida.
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