Oregon Statutes - Chapter 701 - Construction Contractors and Contracts - Section 701.031 - Evidence of doing business as contractor.

(1) It is prima facie evidence that a person is doing business as a contractor if:

(a) The person for that personís own use performs, employs others to perform, or for compensation and with the intent to sell the structure arranges to have performed, work described in ORS 701.005 (5); and

(b) Within any 36-month period the person offers for sale two or more newly built structures on which work described in paragraph (a) of this subsection was performed.

(2) Licensure under this chapter is prima facie evidence that the licensee conducts a separate, independent business. [2007 c.114 §3]

Note: The amendments to 701.005 by section 56, chapter 836, Oregon Laws 2007, renumber subsections contained in 701.005 and become operative July 1, 2008. See section 70, chapter 836, Oregon Laws 2007. 701.031 contains a reference to a subsection renumbered by the amendments to 701.005 by section 56, chapter 836, Oregon Laws 2007. The text of 701.031 that is operative until July 1, 2008, is set forth for the userís convenience.

701.031. (1) It is prima facie evidence that a person is doing business as a contractor if:

(a) The person for that personís own use performs, employs others to perform, or for compensation and with the intent to sell the structure arranges to have performed, work described in ORS 701.005 (3); and

(b) Within any 36-month period the person offers for sale two or more newly built structures on which work described in paragraph (a) of this subsection was performed.

(2) Licensure under this chapter is prima facie evidence that the licensee conducts a separate, independent business.

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