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It would depend on many factors, and could vary from state to state, city to city, but "generally speaking" 1. When you pull the permits does it ask the name of the "general contractor" Nike Sweatpant Joggers
Originally posted by Keith Lutz:2.) I am assuming it does not matter if the home is owner occupied VS. investment property when it comes to pulling your own permits?
When doing any remodeling work on a property we've taken back, we've always pulled our own building permits and then had our designated contractor do the work. However, I recently read something about this and it said that the contractor should be the one to pull the permits. The reason given was that the person who pulls the permit is the one responsible for making sure the job is done correctly.
In California you only allowed so many projects intended to be resold as the owner without a contractors license. I would have reservation about whether you were breaking contract license law which is criminal.
Same here in Little Rock. Owner occupied needs to be underlined. In some places, a general renovation permit will cover the mechanicals and in some place, only the specialty trade can pull the permit (on top of the renovation permit, if needed).
I tried to pull permits on my first rental fix up Nike Polo Golf Shirts project. You need to have a valid GC license in the city to pull permits unless you the owner and living in the house.
In my area, absolutely not true. If its owner occupied, the owner can pull permits. If its an investment rental or fix and flip owner cannot pull permits. I learned this lesson the hard way when I tried to pull permits on my first rental fix up project. You need to have a valid GC license in the city to pull permits unless you the owner and living in the house.
requires a $10,000 bond (which might cost you $200/yr depending on credit), and a $125 app fee. You only need to have a state cert if you are doing plumbing, electrical or architecture.
With respect to the law of building codes, permitting and contractors, I have to be frank in Ohio, it is nothing more than a hidden tax, a protective tariff, and a way for the municipality to veto any development or renovation that its architectural review board subjectively considers "undesirable." It has very little to do with ensuring that contractors are properly qualified to do the work. There are no educational requirements for contractors unless they engage in electrical, plumbing, and a handful of other very specialized trades. In this respect, these laws are more like registrations than actual trade licenses (and are referred to as such in the city code).
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or 2. Are you acting as the general contractor, hiring all subs, etc.? If you hire a "licensed general contractor", they are responsible for everything that happens under their watch. If on the other hand you are acting as the general contractor, then you are responsible for all the work and liability under you. But, whoever is on the permit is the one that is responsible for things getting done to obtain the notice of completion and or to obtain occupancy. So in a similar situation (property taken back from a defaulted loan) we hired a GC. Same with rentals. An exception is for a specific project like a furnace or roof. Then the contractor can pull the permit.
Here another idea for you that I have been toying with become a licensed contractor yourself.
We've had contractors who have insisted that we pull our own permits to save them time. But what if a worker is injured or damages someone else's personal property while doing the work? Does the liability fall on us or on the contractor if we pulled our own permit? Please share any experience you've had with this
In my area, absolutely not true. If its owner occupied, the owner can pull permits. If its an investment rental or fix and flip owner cannot pull permits. I learned this lesson the hard way when Nike Polo Shirt Red
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Originally posted by Jon Holdman:Originally posted by Keith Lutz:2.) I am assuming it does not matter if the home is owner occupied VS. investment property when it comes to pulling your own permits?
My experience is a contractor who wants you to pull permits they trying to avoid licensing requirements or responsibility for your project or both.
Jon Holdman, Flying Phoenix LLC
Secondly in my area the jurisdiction granting the permits also confirms workman comp insurance and active license status. Two things a home owner may be unaware of.
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