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Old 04-03-2019, 08:39 AM   #21
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I could make even more money by by-passing the guy we borrow plumbing contractor license from on these builds since Plumbing is my main skill.
I guess your State is different. No such thing as "borrowing" a Plumbing Contractors License in Illinois. That is a violation of the License Law here and can cause revocation of both licenses. You would have to be on the payroll of the person or company with the contractors license.
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Old 04-03-2019, 08:43 AM   #22
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Here is a link to the 2015 International Plumbing Code Download if anyone needs it

http://codebookstandard.com/2015-int...e-pdf-download
Please not an "intro is requested" for new members. See the link below.


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Seems the link to your home page is outdated also.
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We have companies here that the owners of them just have Journeyman and use some guys or gals contractors license. Someone who is just book smart. May or may not have stepped foot in the plumbing field, somehow get past the 3 years of experience requirement, and go take the test. Then they lease out their license per say. I guess State don't care as long as they operate under a license.
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I guess your State is different. No such thing as "borrowing" a Plumbing Contractors License in Illinois. That is a violation of the License Law here and can cause revocation of both licenses. You would have to be on the payroll of the person or company with the contractors license.



I think what he means is that on paper/payroll it appears that they are "working under" the other persons license. I assume his state doesn't require a registered apprenticeship permit so on paper you could easily make it look like anyone is your apprentice.






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Yes, we have a apprenticeship certificates. Supposed to be 3 years of experience before you get journeyman or go straight to Contractor.
Not sure how they get past that, maybe they don’t and just wait the 3 years to file for testing.
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