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RE: Earthquakes and land movement + claim of properties

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Yeah, fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on your perspective) I am old
enough (CE in 1980). I just have a weird notion that I shouldn't practice
something I am not competent in (.."never done anything Civil in my
life.."). I also had to be a licensed Civil in NV and UT along with
structural. Fortunately, AZ is smarter and I only had to register as
structural. I wish others (civil-civils and architects) felt the same way.

Regards,
Bill Allen

-----Original Message-----
From: Cain, William [mailto:bcain(--nospam--at)ebmud.com]
Sent: Monday, June 22, 1998 1:29 PM
To: seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
Subject: RE: Earthquakes and land movement + claim of properties


If you're old enough ( i.e., pre 1982 CE ticket) you basically are one.
You just have to worry about the Board rule that says you have to be
competent in the types of work you practice and whether your insurance
company will cover you.  :<)

Bill Cain, S.E.
Oakland, CA

Bill Allen wrote:
		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Bill Allen, S.E. [SMTP:Bill(--nospam--at)AllenDesigns.com]
		Sent:	Monday, June 22, 1998 12:42 PM
		To:	seaoc(--nospam--at)seaoc.org
		Subject:	RE: Earthquakes and land movement +
claim of properties

		I've always thought it would be good to be a L.S. in
seismic zone 4 :o).

		Regards,
		Bill Allen