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A non-construction principal/employer who hires a construction contractor or must get a clearance certificate before allowing the contractor/subcontractor to do any work.

Failure to do so is an offence, and could expose the principal to financial risk for the contractors non-payment/non-compliance. If a clearance certificate expires, or is revoked, the contractor’s work must stop, and you must receive a new clearance certificate before allowing the work to resume.

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