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  • Al Cintra-Leite
    Here is some california law that may be used to disqualify imposters, also remember that some laws may be used In Para Materia so if you are not in
    Message 1 of 1 , May 15, 2009
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      Here is some california law that may be used to disqualify imposters,
      also remember that some laws may be used "In Para Materia" so if you
      are not in California there is a possibility you can still use this
      law....

      PUBLIC CONTRACT CODE
      SECTION 6100-6615

      6100. (a) Any state agency or department, as defined in Section
      10357, which is subject to this code, shall, prior to awarding a
      contract for work to be performed by a contractor, as defined by
      Section 7026 of the Business and Professions Code, verify with the
      Contractors' State License Board that the person seeking the contract
      is licensed in a classification appropriate to the work to be
      undertaken. Verification as required by this section need only be
      made once every two years with respect to the same contractor.
      (b) In lieu of the verification, the state entity may require the
      person seeking the contract to present his or her pocket license or
      certificate of licensure and provide a signed statement which swears,
      under penalty of perjury, that the pocket license or certificate of
      licensure presented is his or hers, is current and valid, and is in a
      classification appropriate to the work to be undertaken.
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