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Charlotte County Code Section 3-2-6 (a) requires that it shall be unlawful for any person to engage in the business or act in the capacity of a contractor, or advertise as available to engage in the business, or act in the capacity of a contractor, without first obtaining a Certificate of Competency of being duly certified by the state.

ATTENTION: If you intend on taking a local contractor examination after March 1, 2013, please be advised you will be tested under the 2010 Florida Building Code. The testing company is unable to allow Charlotte County to test under the 2007 and 2010 code at the same time. If you have already taken the examination and did not receive a passing score, make sure you retest and pass the examination PRIOR TO March 1, 2013 or you WILL be tested under the 2010 code and will be required to obtain additional testing materials such as the 2010 Florida Building Code.

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