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On Jul 16, 2005, at 11:31 PM, Scott Maxwell wrote:

In you case, the person in question is a PE, but just not in
Minnesota. In Dennis' case, I believe the person is not licensed at all.
As far as the Minnesota board is concerned, if you practice in Minnesota you need a Minnesota license. If you don't have one you're unlicensed. I know of several cases (one personally) where people have been gigged for having an office here and no Minnesota license. You'll note that the report of the Board action describes the respondent as unlicensed.

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