Seminar: “Home Improvement and Home Elevation Contractor Licensing Act"
What Should I Know About the New Contractor Licensing Requirement in NJ?
New Jersey has passed an amendment to its laws regulating home improvement contractors, imposing new licensure requirements in addition to the existing registration framework. The legislation, titled the “Home Improvement and Home Elevation Contractor Licensing Act,” was enacted on January 8, 2023.
ROBERT J. INCOLLINGO ATTORNEY AT LAW
The Law Office of Robert J. Incollingo
The Builders League of South Jersey is proud to host Cherry Hill construction attorney and long-time BLSJ member Robert J. Incollingo, Esq. who will cover the highlights of the new law and answer your questions.
On January 8, 2024, the “Home Improvement and Home Elevation Contractor Licensing Act,” was signed into law. It repeals and replaces the Contractors' Registration Act for the regulation of home improvement and home elevation contractors. A new oversight board, the New Jersey State Board of Home Improvement and Home Elevation Contractors, has been given ten months to develop and issue regulations that will set ethical, education and experience standards for the licensing and conduct of home improvement and home elevation contractors, and financial security requirements for the registration of home improvement and home elevation businesses.
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