Disciplinary BondsLicense and Permit Bonds

Disciplinary Bonds

Disciplinary Bonds are required after Contractors license has been revoked for a violation of the Contractors' License Law, the firm must file a disciplinary bond with the Registrar if the license is to be reinstated or reissued or if the firm seeks to have a new license issued. (See B&P Code Section 7071.8.) Disciplinary bonds are subject to the following requirements: 

  • The disciplinary bond must be filed in addition to, and cannot take the place of or be combined with, any other bonds required to maintain an active contractor’s license; the place of or be combined with, any other bonds required to maintain an active contractor’s license; 
  • The Registrar determines the bond amount, which is based on the seriousness of the violations. The amount may not be less than $15,000 nor greater than ten times the amount of the contractor’s bond; (See B&P Code Section 7071.8); 
  • The disciplinary bond must remain current and on file with the Registrar for at least two years. In some cases, the Registrar may require a longer filing period; 
  • The firm’s license must remain active and current while the disciplinary bond is on file. 

 

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