§ 117.06  LIABILITY INSURANCE REQUIRED.
   (A)   No person shall act as a general contractor or subcontractor within the county, nor shall be registered, unless the general contractor or subcontractor deposits with the County Land Use Department a certificate of liability insurance issued to the contractor or subcontractor by a company approved and authorized to issue the insurance by the state and the general contractor or subcontractor shall continuously remain insured for the full period of the registration period, listing the county as the certificate holder and written in the following amounts:
 
General contractor:
General liability
$1,000,000
Worker’s compensation and employer’s liability
Broad form coverage in amount required by law
Subcontractor:
General liability
(No set amount- certificate must show amount of insurance coverage)
Workers’ compensation
Broad form coverage and employer’s liability in amounts required by law
 
      (3)   A contractor with no employees must submit an affidavit (sworn and notarized statement) to the fact at the time of registration.
      (4)   If the insurance should at any time expire, be cancelled or otherwise lapse, the registration of the general contractor or subcontractor shall immediately be revoked and the general contractor or subcontractor shall immediately cease all work within the county.
   (B)   The certificate of insurance shall provide that the insurance is not cancellable during the policy period without ten days prior written notice to the county.
   (C)   If the insurance is canceled during the period of registration, the registration is revoked as of the date the insurance is canceled.
   (D)   The general contractor or subcontractor must immediately notify the County Land Use Department if his or her insurance is canceled.
(1980 Code, § 117.25)  (Res. 93-94, passed 4-15-1993; Res. 93-139, passed 6-17-1993; Res. 96-250, passed 11-21-1996)  Penalty, see 10.99