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#172175 - 12/15/07 05:48 AM Contractor's license  
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How do I change the Master/Master Sign Electrician assigned to my Contractor's license?


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#172177 - 12/15/07 09:41 AM Re: Contractor's license [Re: amiliya]  
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Without knowing where you're licensed, there's not really any way to respond to this question.


#172191 - 12/15/07 03:21 PM Re: Contractor's license [Re: electure]  
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Contact whomever issued your license


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#172358 - 12/18/07 03:01 PM Re: Contractor's license [Re: sparkyinak]  
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Sounds like you might be located in TX. If so go TDLR's website and call customer service. They've been helpful for me when I was getting my masters and contractors licensing set up.



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