Yearly Archives: 2020

TOP 10 LAWS THAT REPAIR SHOPS SHOULD KNOW BUT DON'T

TOP 10 LAWS THAT REPAIR SHOPS SHOULD KNOW BUT DON'T

Jack Molodanof, ASCCA legislative advocate, shares state laws that have potential to create issues and concerns for California shop owners if they are unaware of them.Employee Abandoned Tools. Auto repair shops have certain legal responsibilities and obligations regarding the abandoned tools left by an employee. Employers need to protect themselves from future liability if the employee demands return of his/her tools.  Generally, under California Civil code sections 2080 -2080.10, if owner has not claimed the property, the person saving the property shall within a reasonable time turn property over to the police department of the city or county, or the sheriff’s department. Recording Telephone Calls.  Auto repair shops cannot record telephone conversations with customers unless advance consent is obtained. It is illegal for any person by means of any instrument to record a telephone conversation without the consent o ... read more

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