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Can a Licensed General Contractor be a Qualifier for Two Businesses in North Carolina?

Today, we’re going to discuss one quick tip for general contractors’ licenses in the state of North Carolina. General contractors in North Carolina have the option to obtain a qualifier license, allowing them to serve as a qualifier for a company.What some people don’t understand is that you can be a qualifier for two businesses […]

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What Is the Maximum Amount for a General Contractor Job That Can Be Bid On or Done Without a License?

Today, we want to touch on some recent developments from the NC Licensing Board for General Contractors. This went into effect on October 1st, 2023, and that is finally an increase in the amount that an unlicensed general contractor can work on a job.You have to have a license through the state of North Carolina

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Can a Complaint Against My Professional License Be Made Anonymously?

The question is, can a complaint against my professional license be made anonymously? The answer to that is yes. Most boards and state agencies accept anonymous complaints at some point during the process, up to and including a hearing. However, the person making the complaint will not remain anonymous initially. If someone accuses you, and

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How are Multiple Complaints Handled Against My Professional License?

Today’s question is, “Say I have multiple complaints filed against my license. Are those handled collectively or are they handled one by one individually?”So, that’s a very good question. It’s a little bit of a complicated question because it does depend on the agency or state board. I have seen certain boards that will —

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What Do I Do if a Professional License Complaint Against Me is Getting Social Media or News Traction?

Let’s say you have a professional license complaint filed against you and/or your business, and it’s receiving significant press. It’s gaining a lot of traction on social media, and there’s a considerable amount of misinformation circulating. What do you do? The first thing is don’t panic. That’s easier said than done, but try to remain

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Here’s Why You Should Get An Attorney Involved With Your Professional License Case Sooner Than Later

Today, we’re going to have a little bit of what I call real talk, and that is what type of damage can you do if you handle your professional license case yourself, and potentially irrevocable damage can be done if you don’t, at the very least, speak with an attorney before handling your case yourself.

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Will a Professional Licensing Entity Investigate Frivolous Complaints Made Against Me?

We have had this happen before with clients in the past, where, unfortunately, a former client of theirs, a former patient of theirs, or a former employer or coworker really has an axe to grind and submits a lot of complaints to the licensing entity.So the question on that becomes: Will the licensing entity, whether

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Will a Complaint Filed Against My Professional License Open Me Up to Civil or Monetary Damages?

Today’s question is whether or not a complaint filed against my professional license will open me up to civil liability and/or monetary payments. So let’s take the first part of that question. Will it open you up to civil liability? Civil liability is essentially somebody filing a lawsuit in state or federal court against you

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Top 3 Most Likely Daycare Revocation Violations: #1 Child Abuse/Neglect

Today marks blog #1 in our three-part series on the top three daycare/childcare license violations that can lead to the revocation of the facility or childcare home license. That’s a lot. The third violation revolves around maintaining appropriate staff-to-child ratios. The second involves a lack of supervision, and one, which is the highest likelihood of

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