36-18A-45 Seal, signature, and date as certification that work done by licensee--Documents on which ...
Seal, signature, and date as certification that work done by licensee--Documents
on which seal required.
The application of the licensee's seal and signature and the date constitutes
certification that the work on which it was applied was done by the licensee or under the licensee's
responsible charge. The seal, signature, and date shall be placed in such a manner that can be legibly
reproduced on the following:
All originals, copies, tracings, electronic submittals, or other reproductions of all final
drawings, specifications, reports, plats, plans, land surveys, design information, and
calculations prepared by the licensee or under the licensee's responsible charge when
presented to a client or any public or governmental agency. A licensee may not review or
check technical submissions of another licensed professional or unlicensed person and
seal the documents as the licensee's own work;
Preliminary work shall contain a note that the submittal is Not for Construction,
Preliminary, or other such explanation that it is not final; and
In the case of documents for projects which involve multiple licensees of more than one
technical profession, the title or index sheet shall be sealed, signed, and dated by the
prime professional in responsible charge of coordinating the various technical professions
involved in the project. In addition, each sheet shall be sealed, signed, and dated by the
licensee or licensees who prepared or who are in responsible charge of that sheet.
SL 1999, ch 195, § 45; SL 2007, ch 219, § 14; SL 2016, ch 196, § 2.