I hereby affirm under penalty of perjury that I am exempt from the Contractor's State License Law for the following reason
(Sec. 7031.5, Business and Professions Code: Any city or county that requires a permit to construct, alter, improve, demolish,
or repair any structure, prior to its issuance, also requires the applicant for the permit to file a signed statement that he or
she is licensed pursuant to the provisions of the Contractor's State License Law (Chapter 9 (commencing with Section 7000) of
Division 3 of the Business and Professions Code) or that he or she is exempt there from and the basis for the alleged exemption.
Any violation of Section 7031.5 by any applicant for a permit subjects the applicant to a civil penalty of not more than five hundred dollars ($500).):
I, as owner of the property, or my employees with wages as their sole compensation, will do the work,
and the structure is not intended or offered for sale (Sec. 7044, Business and Professions Code: The Contractor's State License Law does not
apply to an owner of property who builds or improves thereon, and who does the work himself or herself or through his or her own employees, provided that
the improvements are not intended or offered for sale. If, however, the building or improvement is sold within one year of completion,
the owner-builder will have the burden of proving that he or she did not build or improve for the purpose of sale.).
I, as owner of the property, am exclusively contracting with licensed contractors
to construct the project (Sec. 7044, Business and Professions Code: The Contractors' State License Law does not apply to an
owner of property who builds or improves thereon, and who contracts for the project with a contractor(s) licensed pursuant
to the Contractor's State License Law.).