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Attach a personal, certified, or cashier's check or money order payable to the Contractors State License Board.
How to Add Someone to a Contractor's License Licensing Rules. Request that the person you are adding to your license take the exams that are required by your state's contractor licensing board. ... State Contractor Application Form. ... Supporting Documentation. ... Consumer Protection Requirements. ... Submission of Application.
Put simply, a notice of disassociation is asking to become no longer financially associated with someone you once shared accounts with. This is commonly done when relationships break down and couples are looking to separate everything money related.
A Disassociation is the process to remove a Financial Association (someone with whom you have shared finances) from your Credit Report.
The license can be qualified by the Owner or an Responsible Managing Employee (RME). The license cannot be sold or transferred to another individual.

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Code §§ 7000 et seq., is that a contractor's license is not transferrable or reassignable to another individual or business entity, except under very limited circumstances. In turn, under certain circumstances, changes to a business entity will require a new contractor's license.
If the licensee is retiring, he will need to submit a signed letter stating he/she is retiring and allowing the family member to take over the license/business.
CSLB Forms and Applications Check or Money Order(mailed) Contractors State License Board. P.O. Box 26000. Sacramento, CA 95826. Cash (exact change only), Check, or Money Order (in person at Sacramento office ONLY) Contractors State License Board. 9821 Business Park Drive. Sacramento, CA 95827.
If you no longer share finances with your financial associate, you can ask Experian and the other credit reference agencies (Equifax and Callcredit) to remove them from your credit report. Get in touch with us, and be prepared to provide proof that your financial connection has ended.
The license can be qualified by the Owner or an Responsible Managing Employee (RME). The license cannot be sold or transferred to another individual.

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