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ATTACHMENT B
812-002-0120
Casual, Minor or Inconsequential
(1)“Casual, minor or inconsequential” as used in ORS 701.010(4) means work:
(a) [not of a structural nature] That does not require a permit;
(b) [which cannot] That does not affect the health or safety of the owner or occupant of the structure[,];
(c) [the value of which] For which the aggregate contract price for all work on one structure or project is less
than $1,000; and
(d) [and] That does not include work done as a subcontractor to a licensee.
(2) Work involving lead-based paint abatement, inspection, renovation or risk assessment of child-occupied
facilities or target housing, as those terms are defined in OAR 812-007-0020, affects the health and safety of
owners and occupants and is not “casual, minor or inconsequential” work.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 and 701.235
Stats. Implemented: ORS 656.027 and 701.010
(4/98, 6/00, 12/13 eff. 1/1/14, 6/14 eff. 7/1/14)
812-003-0120
License Required to Advertise
(1) No person shall advertise or otherwise hold out to the public that person's services as a contractor unless that
person holds a current, valid license, nor shall any person claim by advertising or by any other means to be licensed,
bonded, or insured unless that person holds a current, valid license.
(2) License number in advertising and contracts:
(a) All newsprint classified advertising and newsprint display advertising for work subject to ORS chapter 701
prepared by a contractor or at the contractor's request or direction, shall show the contractor's license number.
(b) All written bids, written inspection reports and building contracts subject to ORS chapter 701 shall show the
contractor's license number.
(c) All telephone directory space ads and display ads shall show the contractor's license number.
(d) All advertisements by audio-only media, such as radio commercials, must contain an audible statement of the
contractor’s license number.
(e) All advertisements by video media or video and audio combined media, such as television commercials, must
show visually the contractor’s license number.
(f) All advertising by internet media, including but not limited to, website advertising must show visually the
contractor’s license number.
(g) All business cards, business letterhead, business signs at construction sites and all other written or visual
advertising shall show the contractor's license number. Written or visual advertising does not include permanently
affixed or attached signs at a contractor’s place, or places, of business that primarily and prominently display
the contractor’s name.
(h) This section does not apply to a company whose primary business is other than construction and has a Standard
Industrial Classification (SIC) code from other than Major Groups 15, 16, and 17.
(i) This section does not apply to promotional gifts, including, but not limited to, pencils, pens, cups and items of
clothing.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310 & 701.235
Stats. Implemented: ORS 701.010 & [701.026] 701.021
(12/04, 6/08, 5/09, 11/09 eff. 1/1/10, 6/14 eff. 7/1/14)
812-003-0142
License Application Fees
(1) The application fee for all new, renewal, or reissued licenses is $325.
(2) Except as provided in section (3) of this rule, application fees will not be refunded.
(3) If a licensee submits an application to renew a license and the agency cannot renew the license because
the applicant has formed a new business entity, the agency may refund the renewal application fee, less a $40
processing fee.
(4)(a) Any licensee in the United States armed forces need not pay a license renewal fee if such fee would be
due during the licensee’s active duty service.
(b) A licensee in the United States armed forces shall pay the next license renewal fee that will become due
after the licensee is discharged from active duty service.
(c) The agency may request that the licensee provide documentation of active duty status and of discharge.
(d) Section (4) of this rule applies to licensees that are sole proprietors or partners in a general partnership.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 670.310, 701.238 & 701.235
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