Tag Archives: Florida Construction Law

Do Construction Contract Contingent Payment Clauses Mean What They Say? A guide for contractors and subcontractors.

Assume you are a subcontractor working on a project to build a large multi-family apartment complex.  You’ve timely and properly performed your work and have submitted monthly pay applications that have been accepted by the contractor and the owner.  However, … Read Full Post

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Construction Licensure Exemption for Minor Apartment Repairs Effective July 1, 2016

The Legislature deems it necessary in the interest of the public health, safety, and welfare to regulate the construction industry in Florida. As a result, the Florida Legislature enacted Chapter 489, Florida Statutes. The general policy in Florida is that construction work needs to be performed by an appropriate licensed contractor unless exempt from licensure under 489.103, Florida Statutes. For example, no construction license is required for Federal or municipal work, public utilities, roads, bridges, minor or inconsequential work (“handyman”) and small repairs effectuated by a real estate professional. Read Full Post

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Construction Industry Licensing Board Part II – Proper Methods for Certified General Contractor to Obtain Roofing Experience

Many Florida contractors and license holders have a general understanding of the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (“CILB”), but like many quasi-judicial bodies, it can remain a mystery to those who practice and appear in front of the CILB. For … Read Full Post

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Construction Industry Licensing Board

Many Florida contractors and license holders have a general understanding of the Florida Construction Industry Licensing Board (“CILB”), but like many quasi-judicial bodies, it can remain a mystery to those who practice and appear in front of the CILB. For … Read Full Post

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Florida Homeowners’ Construction Recovery Fund

The Florida Homeowners’ Construction Recovery Fund was created under Chapter 489, Florida Statutes as a separate account in the Professional Regulation Trust Fund. The recovery fund shall be funded pursuant to s. 468.631. Its purpose is to provide relief for … Read Full Post

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