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Not overly familiar with your systems. But if the industry excemptions
applied for most of the work, and the  boy is the only one with the seal:
then may have been better to stay and be more diplomaticly obstructive on a
project by project basis. When the client requests the seal, investigate
why, along with the specific requirements of that state. Then advising
employer that not only need a license for that state, but this recent thing
introduced requiring a certificate of authority: must be recent if they
don't have, taking the benefit of the doubt and not wishing to accuse them
of something.

Also when the seal is applied doesn't a reason need to be indicated along
side, or is there one and only one reason under the legislation that a seal
is applied or can be applied?



Regards
Conrad Harrison
B.Tech (mfg & mech), MIIE, gradTIEAust
mailto:sch.tectonic(--nospam--at)bigpond.com
Adelaide
South Australia








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