N.J. Admin. Code § 3:19-1.2 - Licensing requirement

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, April 4, 2022

(a) In the administration of the Home Repair Financing Act, 17:16C-62(d) and 77(a), the following will be deemed to require licensing as a "home repair contractor":
1. A person who, for his or her own account, solicits and procures the execution of a home repair contract by an owner, and who signs said home repair contract as a contractor, or who has such a home repair contract solicited and executed on his or her behalf by his or her salesperson, whether or not such contract is subsequently assigned to, or performed by, another; and
2. A person who assumes, by assignment, performance or otherwise, the contractual responsibility to perform a home repair contract, and benefits thereunder.
(b) In the administration of the Home Repair Financing Act, 17:16C-62(n) and 77(a), the following will be deemed to require licensing as a "home repair salesperson":
1. A person who contracts or who solicits, arranges, discusses or otherwise negotiates with an owner, directly or indirectly, and in so doing procures any written memorandum, agreement, estimate, contract or any other writing which subsequently results in the execution of a home repair contract between an owner and a home repair contractor.
(c) The application fee for a home repair contractor shall be $ 300.00 and $ 60.00 for a home repair salesperson.
(d) Application fees are not refundable.

Notes

N.J. Admin. Code § 3:19-1.2
As amended, R.1977 d.174, eff. 6/1/1977.
See: 9 New Jersey Register 111(a), 9 New Jersey Register 253(a).
Amended by R.1991 d.194, effective 4/15/1991.
See: 23 New Jersey Register 256(a), 23 New Jersey Register 1127(a).
Expanded coverage to require that those who have home repair contracts solicited on their behalf and who assign them to others for performance are subject to licensure.
Amended by R.2001 d.179, effective 6/4/2001.
See: 33 New Jersey Register 931(a), 33 New Jersey Register 1911(a).
Rewrote (a) and (b) and added (c).
Amended by R.2006 d.235, effective 6/19/2006.
See: 38 N.J.R. 10(a), 38 N.J.R. 2674(a).
Substituted "application" for "annual license" in (c); and added (d).

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