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Class C Specialty Contractor

C61 Limited Specialty Classification

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Course Description:
Limited Specialty contractors are not required to take the CSLB's trade exam. They are only required to take the Law and Business exam. AVTI students applying for a limited specialty license will undergo the same curriculum as the Law and Business course which includes course topics such as Business Organization, Business Financial, Employment Requirements, Bonds, Insurance, Liens, Contract Requirements and Execution, Licensing Requirements, Safety Requirements, and Public Works.

Included Materials:
- (1) Construction Business & Law Principles, California Edition, book (ISBN: 9780-0-0)
- Unlimited computer lab hours*
- (12) months access to AVTI's Business & Law Online Trade Review Course
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According to the CSLB: California Code of Regulations Division 8, Title 16, Article 3. Classification (a) Limited specialty is a specialty contractor classification limited to a field and scope of operations of specialty contracting for which an applicant is qualified other than any of the specialty contractor classifications listed and defined in this article. (b) An applicant classified and licensed in the classification Limited Specialty shall confine activities as a contractor to that field or fields and scope of operations set forth in the application and accepted by the Registrar or to that permitted by Section 831. (c) Upon issuance of a C-61 license, the Registrar shall endorse upon the face of the original license certificate the field and scope of operations in which the licensee has demonstrated qualifications. (d) A specialty contractor, other than a C-61 contractor, may perform work within the field and scope of the operations of Classification C-61, provided the work is consistent with established usage and procedure in the construction industry and is related to the specialty contractor's classification. The CSLB has listed the C-61 classifications into "D" subcategories for administrative tracking. The definitions for the "D" subcategories were developed by staff and approved by the Board as policy.

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