CONTRACTORS BOARD HOSTING WEBINAR TO REVIEW REQUIREMENTS
OF ASSEMBLY BILL 39 (RESIDENTIAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS)
LAS VEGAS and RENO, NEV. – The Nevada State Contractors Board invites all interested
residential contractors to an online webinar on Wednesday, September 27 at 9:00 a.m. to receive
an overview of the contract requirements of Assembly Bill 39, which takes effect October 1, 2023.
The webinar will provide members of the industry an opportunity to have their questions
addressed, highlight the new contract expectations and consumer rights under the law, and
discuss the process for obtaining and submitting a Residential Improvement Bond to the Board,
Please note the webinar is limited to 300 attendees. If you are unable to attend the webinar,
please visit the Board’s website where a recording of the meeting will be made available.
This will be accessible on the homepage of the Board’s website: www.nscb.nv.gov.
TO JOIN WEBINAR:
Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86707391421?pwd=bs1aKpXonfjfVthuAAnKVPbesjqYSl.1
Meeting ID: 867 0739 1421
Dial In: (669) 444-9171
Assembly Bill 39 – **IMPORTANT FOR RESIDENTIAL CONTRACTORS**
• Effective: October 1, 2023
• Statute Impacted: New section under NRS 624; NRS 624.3016; NRS 624.750
• Overview: Provides enhanced contract requirements and consumer protections for
residential contractors performing improvement work on single-family residences.
Note: Any questions should be directed to the legal counsel of the
• All contracts for residential improvement on single-family residences must include the
following in least 10-point bold type:
Name of company.
Name and mailing address of owner of single-family residence.
Address or legal description of the property.
Date of contract.
Estimated date of project completion.
Description of the work to be performed.
Total amount of contract, including taxes.
Notice of Residential Recovery Fund.
New residential improvement work must reflect the shape, size and dimension of,
specifications and equipment, description or work, materials and installed equipment
and agreed consideration (not required for repairs to existing work).
The amount of money a contractor can take up front can’t exceed $1,000 or 10% of the
aggregate contract price, whichever is less of any initial down payment or deposit
before the start of work.
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