Optional: Prevent Permits with Expired Contractor Licenses
  • 28 Jul 2023
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🔛 How to Enable This Optional Feature

Fill out this quick form to enable this feature for your jurisdiction.


  • This option prevents permits from being accepted or submitted when a contractor's license has expired.
  • When enabled, if a permit application is linked to a contractor with an expired license, the application cannot be submitted or accepted (the application can be saved).


Error Messages: You cannot accept this application because of one or more expired contractor licenses, You cannot submit this application because of one or more expired contractor licenses


  • This option will save you time and prevent you from accidentally accepting a permit that requires more information from the contractor.


Accepting an Application In CommunityCore
Sprint 15, cannot accept application if contractor license has expired.gif


Submitting an Application In CommunityConnect
When a contractor or community member is applying for a permit online.
Sprint 15, CommunityConnect, contractor with expired license cannot submit application.gif



⚡ Quick Tip

This feature is available if your jurisdiction issues licenses through the licensing feature in CommunityCore. If you track licenses using Supporting Documents, this feature will not prevent a permit from being accepted when a Supporting Document is expired.


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