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West Virginia Residential Contractor (2018-07-01)

"Residential Contractor" means a person whose principal business is in connection with the construction, repair or improvement of real property used as, or intended to be used for, residential occupancy or work incidental to the construction or repair. A Residential Contractor is considered licensed for all crafts required in the construction, repair or improvement of a residential structure, as that term is defined in subsection 3.33 of this rule, except those crafts for which local ordinance or state law other than W. VA. Code 21-11-1, et seq, require licensure, such as the electrician's license required by the office of the State Fire Marshall under the provisions of W. VA. Code 29-3b-1, et seq.

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