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Author: Anytimeplumbingrepair (LA)

If a master plumber is working for a contractor in Louisiana pulls the permits for the job but toward the end of the job. The contractor starts acting sketchy doesn't want to pay for the work done So master plumber refuses to get final inspection until Payment is made in full. Can the contractor hire another plumber to only come out pull permits and get an inspection While the other first plumber still holds permits???? And wasn't paid

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 Re: Permts
Author: hj (AZ)

If the general knows the permit # he might be able to call for the final inspection himself, depending on how the system is set up. Usually, they would not issue two permits for the same job.

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 Re: Permts
Author: Don411 (IN)

Homeowner should be able to call for inspection, after all the permit is for their property, the plumber and/or GC only pulled the permit ON BEHALF of the homeowner.

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Author: bernabeu (SC)

generally correct


in 'some' jurisdictions the skilled trades(person/s) themselves need an actual job permit in ADDITION to the license

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