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Each registrant may obtain a seal of the design authorized by the board, bearing the registrant's name, registration number, and the legend, "Registered Professional Architect," "Registered Professional Engineer," "Registered Professional Land Surveyor," or "Registered Professional Landscape Architect," as appropriate. When a registrant issues final drawings, specifications, surveys, plats, plates, reports, or similar documents, the registrant shall sign the documents and stamp the documents with the seal. The board shall adopt regulations governing the use of seals by the registrant. An architect, engineer, land surveyor, or landscape architect may not affix or permit a seal and signature to be affixed to an instrument after the expiration of a certificate or for the purpose of aiding or abetting another person to evade or attempt to evade a provision of this chapter. The registrant, by affixing the registrant's seal to final drawings, specifications, surveys, plats, plates, reports, and other similar documents, and signing them, certifies that these documents were prepared by or under the registrant's direct supervision, unless the registrant certifies on the face of the document to the extent of the registrant's responsibility.
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