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Although state law does not require contractors to carry general liability or workers' compensation insurance, hiring contractors who do have an active policy of each insurance is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate for your records before any work begins.

Contractors in North Carolina do not have to obtain a surety bond to perform work on residential properties. Homeowners have financial recourse in North Carolina through The Homeowners Recovery Fund, which provides assistance to eligible North Carolina homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor.

Licensed contractors must furnish proof of financial responsibility to obtain a limited, intermediate, or unlimited license according to a company's working capital. Working capital is current assets minus current liabilities.

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Pont, P.-H., and Princelle, J.-L. 300 Leica Copies. Neuilly: Fotosaga, 1990. ISBN 2-906840-03-3. ( Template:300LC )

Gustavson, Todd. Camera: A History of Photography From Daguerreotype to Digital , New York, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. 2009. ISBN 978-1-4027-5656-6.

White, Robert. Discovering Old Cameras, 1839–1939. Buckinghamshire (UK): Shire Publications . 1st edition 1981, 2nd ed. 1984, 3rd ed. 1995, reprinted 2001. ISBN 0747802661.

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Although state law does not require contractors to carry general liability or workers' compensation insurance, hiring contractors who do have an active policy of each insurance is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate for your records before any work begins.

Contractors in North Carolina do not have to obtain a surety bond to perform work on residential properties. Homeowners have financial recourse in North Carolina through The Homeowners Recovery Fund, which provides assistance to eligible North Carolina homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor.

Licensed contractors must furnish proof of financial responsibility to obtain a limited, intermediate, or unlimited license according to a company's working capital. Working capital is current assets minus current liabilities.

Uploaded by [email protected] on November 6, 2012

Uploaded by [email protected] on November 6, 2012

Although state law does not require contractors to carry general liability or workers' compensation insurance, hiring contractors who do have an active policy of each insurance is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate for your records before any work begins.

Contractors in North Carolina do not have to obtain a surety bond to perform work on residential properties. Homeowners have financial recourse in North Carolina through The Homeowners Recovery Fund, which provides assistance to eligible North Carolina homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor.

Licensed contractors must furnish proof of financial responsibility to obtain a limited, intermediate, or unlimited license according to a company's working capital. Working capital is current assets minus current liabilities.

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Uploaded by [email protected] on November 6, 2012

Although state law does not require contractors to carry general liability or workers' compensation insurance, hiring contractors who do have an active policy of each insurance is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate for your records before any work begins.

Contractors in North Carolina do not have to obtain a surety bond to perform work on residential properties. Homeowners have financial recourse in North Carolina through The Homeowners Recovery Fund, which provides assistance to eligible North Carolina homeowners who have suffered a financial loss caused by the dishonest or incompetent conduct of a licensed general contractor.

Licensed contractors must furnish proof of financial responsibility to obtain a limited, intermediate, or unlimited license according to a company's working capital. Working capital is current assets minus current liabilities.

Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.

Pont, P.-H., and Princelle, J.-L. 300 Leica Copies. Neuilly: Fotosaga, 1990. ISBN 2-906840-03-3. ( Template:300LC )

Gustavson, Todd. Camera: A History of Photography From Daguerreotype to Digital , New York, Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. 2009. ISBN 978-1-4027-5656-6.

White, Robert. Discovering Old Cameras, 1839–1939. Buckinghamshire (UK): Shire Publications . 1st edition 1981, 2nd ed. 1984, 3rd ed. 1995, reprinted 2001. ISBN 0747802661.

Yasuhiro Ishimoto ( 石元 泰博 , Ishimoto Yasuhiro [1] , June 14, 1921 – February 6, 2012) was an influential Japanese-American photographer.

Ishimoto was born on June 14, 1921 in San Francisco , California , where his parents were farmers. In 1924, the family left the United States and returned to his parents' hometown within present-day Tosa , in Kōchi Prefecture , Japan . After Ishimoto graduated from Kōchi Agricultural High School, he returned to the United States in 1939, studying architecture at Northwestern University in Chicago for two years. Though he did not complete this program, architecture would hold an important place in his photography. [2]

From 1942 to 1944, he was interned with other Japanese Americans at the Amache Internment Camp (also known as Granada Relocation Center) in Colorado . It was here that he began to learn photography . [3]


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