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Registrar of Contractors: Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund Claims, and No Pay Complaints, 12/12/2023, On Demand More info »
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Registrar of Contractors: Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund Claims, and No Pay Complaints

Total Credits: 1.25 CLE

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Construction Law
Roger A Geddes |  Robert O Stirling
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Co-Sponsored by:
the State Bar of Arizona's Construction Law Section



The Registrar of Contractors is charged with administering and enforcing the laws governing the licensure and regulation of the conduct of licensed contractors. It also administers the Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund. For residential contractors, if a citation results in discipline of the license, a homeowner may file a claim for payment from the Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund.  No pay complaints, the failure to pay for materials or services rendered in connection with the contractor’s operations, is a common basis for discipline of residential and commercial contractors alike.

This seminar will provide an overview and update of information for attorneys representing contractors in the adjudication of no pay complaints, and Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund claims from the filing of the complaint or claim through the hearing.  Judge Geddes will provide a view from the bench on the effective presentation of no pay complaints and recovery fund claims.

Robert Stirling, Assistant General Counsel, Registrar of Contractors
Hon. Roger Geddes, Administrative Law Judge Pro Tempore



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currently works as the assistant general counsel at the Registrar of Contractors. In that role he regularly works with no pay complaints, and Residential Contractors' Recovery Fund claims. Prior to joining the Registrar of Contractors, Mr. Stirling spent nearly a decade working on complex commercial litigation cases focusing on professional liability.



Overall:      4.2

Total Reviews: 26


Edward R

"Both speakers were well-versed in the topic and provided excellent answers"

Dennis R

"Did not cover all the issues expected"

Matthew C

"I found the seminar informational, but too much time was taken up answering questions."

Gary L

"The presenters knew the topic well."

Ryan B

"Very informative. "

Wendy W

"There was a lot of good information presented in a lackluster format."

Diane B

"The information was valuable, but I felt the seminar was too short and they had to rush through certain portions. I submitted questions but they were not answered. "

Michael D

"Spent way too much time on Non-pay and insufficient time on Recovery Fund issues. "

Richard C

"The ALJ was informative. Started late."

James C

"the "no pay" scenario is of limited, and specific application. The speakers spent too much time on that, and failed to spend meaningful time on the residential recovery matters."