Service and Repair Agreements in California

Date: August 6th, 2012 by Anna Greenstin Kudla No Comments

The California Contractors State License Board (“CSLB”) requires contractors to include specific language in each Service and Repair Contract between a contractor and an owner or tenant for the performance of a home improvement. Both the contractor and the buyer need to be aware of the important rules regarding these agreements.

Every service contract to repair, remodel, alter, convert, modernize, … Read More


Alter Ego Liability in Construction

Date: August 3rd, 2012 by Lance A. Adair No Comments

Contractors routinely face a number of liability threats as a cost of doing business. One that is occasionally overlooked is the threat of “alter ego” liability. Are you the alter ego of your company? And what does that mean exactly? Under the law of most states, it means that you could be held personally liable for the debts or liabilities … Read More