For years, the statute regarding performing construction without a valid license (Va. Code 54.1-1115) was a bit murky. While that statute listed several prohibited acts, among them contracting without the proper class of license or use of the license of another, the consequences of such activity, in particular the effect that such action would have on the enforcement of a construction contract (Section C of the statute), were less than clear.
The General Assembly Adds Some Clarity to Contracts and Unlicensed Contractors
March 28, 2018
Christopher G. Hill – Construction Law Musings