If you’re at least 18 years old and have at least four years of journey-level work experience over the past 10 years, congratulations-you’re well on your way to getting your very own contractor license. An independent contractor or principal is protected from adverse action by any person in relation to the decision to exercise or potentially exercise their rights under these provisions. Line contractors see that the electricity generated at a power plant is carefully carried through a series of high-voltage lines and substations before it is used to power any facilities, buildings, or homes.
Inside electrical contractors can serve as prime contractors for all electrical and cabling design, installation, and maintenances in commercial, institutional, and residential buildings. Ê the lower-tiered subcontractor may stop work under the agreement until payment is received if the lower-tiered subcontractor gives written notice to the higher-tiered contractor at least 10 days before stopping work.
Was established with the goal of helping residential homeowners connect with contractors who were licensed and qualified at a fair price. Employees and independent contractors can request assistance from the Fair Work Ombudsman if they feel there has been prohibited conduct.
Nationwide understands the risks contractors face every day and has developed commercial insurance solutions to meet your varied needs. NRS 624.30175 Suspension of license for failure to pay child support or comply with certain subpoenas or warrants; reinstatement of license.
Ê In any action brought to enforce the rights or obligations set forth in this subsection, the trier of fact may award reasonable attorney’s fees to the prime contractor and his or her lower-tiered subcontractors and suppliers or, if the trier of fact determines that the prime contractor stopped work or terminated the agreement without a reasonable basis in law or fact, the trier of fact may award reasonable attorney’s fees and costs, including court and arbitration costs, to the owner.