In a message dated 4/19/2008 5:48:43 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
> 1. - If you Pay/Hire anybody to work on your tower/antenna's ... they
must be bonded...
Umm, I think you mean insured. A surety bond is a bond given to protect
the recipient against loss in case the terms of a contract are not filled. In
other words, that the project you paid for is completed. If not, you can
file a claim against the contractor's bond to get some money back.
In ham circles, liability and risk exposure are the issues - not that
the contractor didn't finish the job to your satisfaction.
In just about all cases, in order to get a contractor's license you have
to have insurance and bonding. The problem with ham tower climbers is that
they typically have neither.
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