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NEWS AND INFORMATION

2014 Updates

  • Roofing Subcontractors - Effective January 1, 2014, roofing "subcontractors" must be licensed as a contractor for projects $25,000 or more.
  • Bidding Procedures - Effective July 1, 2014
  • License Name - Effective February 24, 2014 - Cannot obtain a license in a similar name of another licensee.
  • Rules - Revised (Eff. 2/20/2014)

2013 Updates

  • 2013 Legislation - Important changes relative to roofing subcontractors; exceeding monetary limit violations affects liens; and subs payment; six month hold; employee misclassification penalties and proposed rules.

2012 Updates

INDUSTRY RELATED RESOURCES

 

Legislation, Rules, and Law Changes:

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NEWSLETTER ARCHIVES

 

NATIONAL - OTHER STATE CONTRACTOR LICENSING AGENCIES

NASCLA (National Association of State Contractors Licensing Agencies) has a wealth of information and a valuable resource for contractors wanting to work in other states. Membership is open to all involved in the industry; from government regulators to private contractors and professionals, such as attorneys, suppliers and accountants.

This non-profit organization is made up of individuals from other state agencies, dedicated to the mutual assistance of member states in striving for the better regulation of the construction industry to protect the health, safety and welfare of the general public. Includes associate membership for contractors, attorneys, suppliers, local government regulators, accountants, etc.

 

OUT OF STATE RESOURCES



RECOVERY.gov

  • WAP (Become a TN Weatherization Contractor)


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