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CT Demo License Question

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by KMSEXC, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. KMSEXC

    KMSEXC New Member

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    CT Demo Contractors Question , Didnt pay my license renewal On time , so i was force to reapply after six years holding lic. and i cannot meet the application requirements Any suggestions Thanks KMS
     
  2. Wolf

    Wolf New Member

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    What requirement are you unable to meet?

    What if you just go ahead and apply for the license, then let them deny it and file an appeal from the denial.

    Does the state have an appeals process? How does that work?

    Might be your best bet, if you can show a strong track record as a successful demo guy for many years, and have a good excuse for delay in sending renewal???
     
  3. neyc

    neyc New Member

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    Which requirement did you not meet??
     
  4. Countryboy

    Countryboy New Member

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    Welcome to Heavy Equipment Forums neyc! :drinkup
     

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