SB 0325 Licensing procedures for architects, engineers and surveyors
LR Number:S1498.02P Fiscal Note:1498-02
Committee:Pensions and General Laws
Last Action:05/14/99 - H Inf Calendar S Bills for Third Reading w/HCA 1 Journal page:
Title:SCS SB 325
Effective Date:August 28, 1999
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SCS/SB 325 - This act pertains to architects, professional engineers and professional land surveyors.

No plans, specifications or other documents prepared for a project, with the seal of an architect, professional engineer or professional land surveyor may be used for a location other then the original location unless reviewed by the original licensed professional. The documents must be resealed, dated and signed by the professional before any reuse.

Each architect, professional engineer or professional land surveyor shall have a personal seal in a form prescribed by the Board. This seal shall be the legal equivalent of the licensee's signature whenever used. The owner of the seal shall be responsible for the architectural, engineering or surveying documents when the seal is placed on any of these documents.

Section 431.180, added by amendment, requires certain persons including owner, contractor, subcontractor, material supplier, construction manager, architect, professional engineer or land surveyor to make scheduled payments required by contract.

This act is similar to SB 752 (1998).