Do plumbers need a license in florida?
In the state of Florida a plumber needs a license to be able to work. If they are working with a contractor, both of them need to be licensed.
YES, unless you are repoing YOUR OWN cars(note lot,ect). http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/recovery/index.html this will explain it for you.
You can find your answers at Florida Department of Health. Visit http://www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/nursing/ or call 850-488-0595
The Florida Highway Safety Motor Vehicle website makes no claim that a license is required to buy a vehicle. Obviously you must have a license to drive one, but owning a car i…s legal without a license.
I don't know about Florida, but I do know in Wisconsin that you need a Home Caregiver's license to babysit. It should be the same in your state. So look for something like tha…t to apply for. You should be able to receive it without a problem if you have not had any domestic violence on your criminal record
Plumbers will need a license in South Carolina in order to legallydo plumbing work. This is done to protect the client as well as theplumber.
Yes. I called and they said you have to be a licensed PI (Private Investigator) with a Class C or Class CC license.
it deppends where in Florida
You need a license for some general contracting work. Most handymanjobs do not require a license. Most electrical repairs and roofingneeds to be done by a licensed contractor.…
No as long as you do not say it is a massage or use words such as therapeutic, swedish, deep tissue or anything that gives the impression that you are a LMT you are fine.
Depends on the level of caregiving. You do not need a license to bea companion or to help someone with shopping or taking them todoctor appointments but you must have good, ve…rifiable references.
Each county has slightly different license requirements, but yes licensing is required. Most counties consider seal coating a contractor specialty which falls under a Certific…ate of Competency. These are issued by each respective Florida County. Any of the following Certificate of Competency licenses will cover seal coating: State of Florida Certified General Contractor, Certificate of Competency - General Engineered Construction, Certificate of Competency 3A - Major Roads, Certificate of Competency 3B - Minor Roads, Certificate of Competency 3D - Sealcoating, Certificate of Competency 3E - Surfacing. Any one of these classifications is able to file for and obtain permits. Not there are many small mom and pop, traveling / seasonal and fly-by-night operations out there, and some actually do pretty good work, but most are just scam artists trying to make a buck before moving on. Unless you are working on medium to larger projects you might well be able to fly under the radar, but it's really not a good idea. Here just recently there was a news article about a sheriff's office sting to catch non licensed contractors in Broward County, several were arrested for contractor fraud.. Something to think about.
Not at all. Home handymen can attempt this simple repairthemselves.
No but they do need a permit to work on the property.
For the following: . getting your first drivers license . when your current credential expires and you have already used the one-time "convenience" renewal option . if yo…u legally change your name (eg: by marriage or divorce) You must bring original documents that prove your identity (such as your birth certificate), social security number (social security card) and residential address (two documents, such as utility bills in your name). If you are changing your name, you need your marriage certificate, divorce decree, or similar papers. If you are renewing a license that is still valid (not expired or suspended) you do not need the above documents. .