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Last week I discovered two pieces that artfully make sense of the 2,319-page Act, and even offer up some implications. They are very helpful and interesting. If you really need to understand the Act, at some point, you’ll need to read the real thing. But if you’re somewhere between a casual observer and a hard-core regulatory fiend (or simply looking for a few hours of reading), then these two resources need to be on your reading list. If you’re looking for ways that the Act will touch your world, then the Deutsch Bank piece will interest you (more than the Harvard Law School links). If you’re ...
In an effort to catch dishonest contractors and put an end to their fraudulent actions, Pennsylvania has enacted the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act. As of July 1, 2009, the Act requires all contractors who perform $5,000 or more in home improvements annually to register with the Attorney General’s office. Registered contractors must now carry at least $50,000 of personal injury liability coverage and $50,000 of property damage coverage. Registration with the Attorney General only costs $51, but the new law also affects remodelers in other ways. For instance, due to new ... Read More
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