Posted on May 2, 2020 by iwano@_84
What is the disassociation of a contractor’s license qualifier and how can it effect your license?
A qualifier of a contractor’s license can remove him or herself from a license at any time and for any reason. They may be leaving to qualify another license, or perhaps retiring.
The disassociation of a qualifier can be a tricky issue especially when it comes to timing. The smoothest transition from one qualifier to another takes place when an Application for Replacing the Qualifying Individual is submitted to the Contractors State License Board, and the box is checked indicating that the current qualifier will remain until that application is approved and completed.
Many times, the qualifier disassociates himself. This can put a license into automatic or future suspension depending on whether the RMO back dates the disassociation date up to 90 days prior to submitting the form.
If the qualifier uses today’s date, … Read More