Under Certain Circumstances, Developers May Act As Construction/Development Managers Without A Contractor's License: For Now

Developers who have undertaken construction/development management projects on behalf of third parties without a contractor's license have done so in the past with the risk that the third party would claim that the compensation payable to the developer was barred under Business and Professions Code Section 7031. Section 7031 prohibits payment claims by unlicensed contractors and compels restitution for any payments received.

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