Investigation of identity of person claiming to be registered
The State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying may inquire into the identity of any person claiming to be a registered professional engineer, registered professional land surveyor or photogrammetrist and, after due service of a notice in writing, require the person to prove to the satisfaction of the board that the person is the person authorized to practice engineering, land surveying or photogrammetric mapping under the certificate of registration by virtue of which the person claims to be authorized. When the board finds that a person making such a claim is not in fact the person to whom the certificate of registration was issued, the board shall reduce the findings to writing and file the findings in the office of the board. The findings are prima facie evidence that the person mentioned therein is falsely impersonating another of a like or different name. [Amended by 1971 c.751 §30; 2009 c.259 §18]
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