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The original document must be signed, sealed, and *transmitted*.  It may be followed by a facsimile of whatever sort, but there must be a real paper trail to the original, to the person distributing them.  One fuzzy area that is not explicit, but seems acceptable, is to fax a sealed addendum, correction, etc; but these should really be followed by a hard copy, too.

>>> "Jordan Truesdell, PE" <seaint1(--nospam--at)truesdellengineering.com> 8/15/2007 6:22 AM >>>
I've been away for a bit, and didn't get a chance to reply earlier. Does this mean that you cannot fax a sealed document? And for the prohibition, does it apply to sending the document or to the validity of the sent document?
Jordan


Jerry Coombs wrote:
If you can't find a blank, I may be able to strip name/ number from mine and send.  Keep in mind that it is NOT ALLOWED in Texas, as in many states, to transmit a signed stamp electronically.

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