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Old 02-04-2007, 11:30 PM   #1
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I am a general contractor in California and have my own contracting business. Another company wants to use my license and has asked me to become either a RME or RMO. Does anyone know if I can still conduct my current business and be a RME or RMO for the other company?
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Old 02-06-2007, 07:29 PM   #2
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I am a general contractor in California and have my own contracting business. Another company wants to use my license and has asked me to become either a RME or RMO. Does anyone know if I can still conduct my current business and be a RME or RMO for the other company?
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Yes, you can. There are limitations, which you can read up on at http://www.cslb.ca.gov/. As I recall, it was about three or four years ago that most of those limitations came about. Used to be pretty much wide open.

I have a friend that is representing a total of five companies. I don't recall what the basic limitation is, but it seems to me that it had to do with percentage of ownership.
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Yes you can as long as you devote sufficient time to your RME duties. We are interested in a RME for Hanrich. Are you interested?
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Old 03-12-2008, 06:49 PM   #5
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You guys are all over the map.

Here's the straight scoop Steve.

As an RMO you can qualify up to 3 licenses as long as you have at least 20% ownership in each corporation.

You can have as many sole owner licenses as you wish.

If you are an RME on any license, you can not qualify any other license, meaning you would need to Inactivate your sole license.

The comment above about being a qualifier on 5 licenses...... I seriously doubt that, unless..... the five licenses ALL have a majority of the same officers. And that rarely happens.
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thanks

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Were you thinking of associating with, or qualifying another license? Or are you searching for a job lead service.

If you're looking for a lead service, the members of the forum could point you in the right direction and tell you which services are good and which aren't.
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we are looking for an RMO or RME Depending on agreement. let me know if you are interested in discussing...
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i could be interested, chip@sti.net
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what is a resonable salary for a rmo?

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chip i sent u an email
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Hello aim lookingfor a RMO for a corp if your interested please e-mail at bfcllc@ca.rr.com if you like t obe our RMO than we can talk over the details





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i didnt hear back from you,did you find your rmo? if so good luck , if not we can talk, also check the web site rmo agency llc, i just had my license approved on 07/19/08 ,so im good to go!
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I have B1 and C10 license and I am willing to be RMO for your company. If interested contact me at Eagle92808@gmail.com.

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interested in rmo posistion, chip@sti.net

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Gentlemen!!! Please remember that you will be responsible for all projects that have your name on them. The law does require that you take an active role in those projects ensuring that the work being done is up to plans/specs/code, etc.

If a complaint were filed and the CSLB or arbitrator asks you how much time did you spend on the job site you'll have to give them an answer.

I'm not saying that anyone here is "selling" their license. Just want you to be careful!
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In California as an RME you must show your current license as inactive, and work 80% of the time as an RME or employee for that company.
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How much money does it cost to start a corporation with an RMO? I had my contracting license in AZ and know a licensed general contractor in CA and would like to start doing work here.
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How much money does it cost to start a corporation with an RMO? I had my contracting license in AZ and know a licensed general contractor in CA and would like to start doing work here.
The fee for the license is the same, no matter what type of license it is. $400 plus the cost of the bond.
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Is any looking for an RME/RMO B license. I can help
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I might be able to connect you with some one who can connect you. Shoot me an email.

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