Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 31.0140]
(a) It should be pointed out that licenses issued by the administrator relate only to the contracting of the work itself and have nothing to do with other sections of the territorial law requiring specific professional or trade qualification to do certain types of work. For example, a license as a plumbing contractor does not preclude the necessity of a journeyman plumber doing the actual work nor does a general contractor license preclude the necessity of a journeyman mason, electrician, or plumber from doing the actual work related to those trades, etc. In brief, contractors' licenses are only licenses to contract and as such carry with them no other privileges or rights.
(b) Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to extend the field and scope of the operations of a licensed contractor to those in which he is not classified and qualified to engage. Failure on the part of a licensee to observe this rule shall constitute grounds for suspension or revocation of license.History: Contractors Lic. Bd, Classification of Contractors' Licenses, eff 12 Feb 73, (part).