Bill Summary for S 219 (2021)

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Senate Bill 219 (Public) Filed Tuesday, March 9, 2021
AN ACT TO REVISE THE EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS FOR LICENSURE OF A PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR, TO MAKE VARIOUS TECHNICAL CHANGES, TO CLARIFY THE DESIGN-BUILD AND DESIGN-BUILD BRIDGING STATUTES, TO PROHIBIT WAIVER OF FUTURE CLAIMS FOR PROGRESS PAYMENTS ON CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS, AND TO REQUIRE ATTORNEYS' FEES IN CERTAIN LIEN CLAIMS.
Intro. by McInnis.

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Senate amendment to the 2nd edition makes the following changes. Amends GS 89C-13 by removing the changes to (b)(1) that changed the requirements to be certified as a land surveyor intern that had decreased the required number of years of practical experience. Amends the requirements for licensure as a professional land surveyor, by reverting to the requirement that only a specified number of the years of progressive practical experience (was, all of those years) to have been under a practicing professional/licensed land surveyor. Amends the requirements to be licensed as a professional land surveyor, by no longer increasing the required number of years of practical experience; also removes the additional requirement of passing the specified exams. 

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