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a person engaged in buying and selling

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Tradesmen also is seeking reimbursement for court costs and attorney fees.
Its not just tradesmen who see the benefit of CSCS Cards too.
And in direct contradiction of the cowboy builder stereotype, the study shows that most tradesmen enjoy a strong emotional bond with their local communities.
London Boiler Company founder Ian Puddick warned that getting permits when tradesmen are called to do emergency work is "a nightmare".
John Mewett, marketing director at Screwfix, said: "We run this competition to champion those quality tradesmen and to celebrate their success.
Tradesmen and DIYers are invited to join Guisborough Town footballer Paul Roddam at the launch on Thursday, where they can demonstrate their professional skills in a free-to-enter screw-drilling competition.
The cheapest was Belfast which cost PS557 to hire all four tradesmen.
Almost one in five of the 18 million homeowners who have employed tradesmen in the last 12 months had to have at least part of the work redone at an average cost of PS600, the poll for the TrustMark tradesman scheme found.
d s Anyone can set up a website and claim qualifications and standards and these websites can also be a form of advertising, rather than endorsement, as tradesmen pay to get listed.
John Mewett, marketing director at Screwfix, said: "We meet hundreds of tradesmen every day in our trade counters and we understand how hard they work.
The New York City Regional Economic Development Council has hired Lisa Easton, of Easton Architects, to plan the restoration of the landmark General Society of Mechanics and Tradesmen Building.
Summary: Householders who pay tradesmen in cash are "morally wrong", according to a Treasury minister.
Now the website is focusing on building up its database of tradesmen in the Tyne & Wear area, which currently stands at around 40 and growing rapidly.
This has encouraged tradesmen to compete in offering a variety of practical souvenirs and gifts with high quality.
Summary: GAM elected to make 20/10/2010 the final day for tradesmen and citizens to obtain barns of " 'Eid " sacrifices.