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On Jul 20, 2005, at 2:12 PM, Paul Crocker wrote:

I have seen state boards take some less clear-cut stands in unusual cases, such as one where the EOR died near the last phase of a large project.
The Florida State law has a fairly detailed, although common-sense, approach to dealing with successor engineers. <http://www.fbpe.org/> The sense of it that the successor engineer be able to demonstrate understanding of the project that would have allowed him to have rendered the appropriate judgements and control. He wouldn't necessarily have to re-do all the work, just show he would be able to.
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