Working across state lines means having all of your papers in order, or you may wind up with consequences, as roofers in Nebraska discovered recently. In a lawsuit, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt accused two Nebraska roofers of violating the Kansas Consumer Protection Act. The presiding judge issued a temporary restraining order preventing the roofers from operating in Kansas until the case has been resolved.
The investigation found that the defendants have been doing roofing business in Kansas despite not having obtained a valid registration certificate through the attorney general’s office as required by Kansas law.
For the full details of the lawsuit and the accusations against the roofers, read the full article from KSNT News by clicking below.