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Licensing Requirements in New Jersey

P.L. 2001, CHAPTER 289, approved December 28, 2001 Assembly, No. 1950 (Third Reprint)
b. The following [license] certified classifications are hereby established:
(4) A "Fire Alarm [Equipment] System Contractor" is authorized to install, service, [sell,] repair, inspect and maintain all fire [alarms] alarm systems.
(1) The applicant shall pass a test [administered] approved by the division for the field for which a [license] certificate is sought. The first such tests shall be administered six months after enactment of] [P.L. , c. (C. ) (now pending before the Legislature as this bill)] [this act, and every other month thereafter,]; or
(2) The applicant shall have achieved NICET Level II for the field for which the [license] certificate is sought or other substantially similar level of attainment, as determined by the commissioner.

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