New Stamping Regulations Passed at the March 8, 2006 Meeting of the

Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design

 

Regulations are effective May 4, 2006.

 

 

 

NAC 623.750 is hereby amended to read as follows:

 

623.7501. Each architect shall obtain and possess an embossed seal, [or] a seal designed as a rubber stamp or a seal in electronic format which complies with the following specifications:

(a) The overall diameter of the seal must be approximately 1 7/8 inches.

(b) The seal must contain the name of the registrant, his number of registration and conform to the following design:

 

2.†† Each plan, specification, report or other document issued by a registrant must be signed and must be sealed or stamped by him either manually or electronically.

 

 

NAC 623.755 is hereby amended to read as follows:

 

623.7551.Each registered interior designer shall obtain and possess an embossed seal, [or] a seal designed as a rubber stamp or a seal in electronic format which must:

(a) Be an equilateral triangle, each side of which must be 2 1/2 inches;

(b) Contain the name of the registrant and his number of registration; and

(c) Conform to the following design:

 

 

2.†† Each plan, specification, report or other document issued by a registrant must be signed and must be sealed or stamped by him either manually or electronically.

 

 

NAC 623.760 is hereby amended to read as follows:

 

623.7601.Each residential designer shall obtain and possess an embossed seal, a seal designed as a rubber stamp or a seal in electronic format that complies with the following specifications:

(a) The seal must be 1 1/4 by 3 inches.

(b) The seal must contain the name of the registrant, his number of registration and conform to the following design: 

_______________________________________

 

 

(Seal of

John J. Public

State)

 

 

 

REGISTERED

RESIDENTIAL DESIGNER

 

 

(No. 000)

State of Nevada

________________________________________

 

2.†† Each plan, specification, report or other document issued by a registrant must be signed and must be sealed or stamped by him either manually or electronically.

 

 

NAC 623.763 is hereby amended to read as follows:

 

623.7631.Each registrant shall validate a stamp or seal [by signing his name legibly in opaque ink across the face of the impression made by the stamp or seal and entering the date of stamping or sealing immediately below the impression of the stamp or seal. The signature must not obliterate the registrantís name, discipline or number of registration. The registrant may not use a stamp or computer to produce his signature.] either electronically or manually.The seal, signature and date must produce a clearly visible and legible image on any copy or reproduction of the document to which they are affixed.

2.†† When a registrant signs, stamps or seals a document containing the work of others, the registrant represents that the entire document has been prepared by him or prepared under his responsible control, unless he includes a written statement adjacent to his signature, stamp or seal identifying the portion of the document that was prepared by him or prepared under his responsible control.

3.†† A registrant who signs, stamps or seals a document which was not prepared by him but was prepared under his responsible control is subject to disciplinary proceedings pursuant to chapter 623 of NRS for any errors in that document as if he prepared it himself.

4.†† For the purposes of NRS 623.185, plans, specifications, reports and any other documents which are issued by a registrant with the intent that they be considered as formal or final documents must be stamped with the seal of the registrant before they are delivered to or filed with any public authority.

5.†† A registrant is not required to stamp the following documents:

(a) An as-built plan or record plan;

(b) A report that includes observations concerning the progress of the construction of a project; or

(c) An estimate of the costs of a project.

 

 

NAC 623.766 is hereby amended to read as follows:

 

623.7661.Plans submitted to a public authority must include:

(a) The name, address and telephone number of the firm that submits the plans;

(b) The name and location of the project for which the plans are submitted;

(c) The date the plans were issued for printing; and

(d) A statement that indicates whether the plans are preliminary or final.

2.†† If the plans submitted to a public authority are copies of the original plans:

††††† (a) Each sheet submitted to a public authority must bear the date, [and] the original [stamp] or electronic seal and signature of the registrant who provided the responsible control under which the work indicated on the sheet was performed. [; and

††††† (b)For each professional discipline included in the plans, the cover sheet and the first sheet for that professional discipline must be dated and include an original stamp and signature of the registrant who provided the responsible control under which the work indicated on the sheet was performed.]

3.†† Each set of specifications submitted to a public authority must include a table of contents or cover sheet that:

(a) Indicates the professional discipline that is the source of each specification; and

(b) Contains the stamp of, and is signed and dated by, each registrant who provided the responsible control under which the work in that professional discipline was performed. The seal, signature and date may be in original or electronic format.

4.†† Each report, study, test result, certification or calculation that is submitted to a public authority must be stamped, signed and dated by the registrant who provided the responsible control under which that report, study, test result, certification or calculation was submitted. The seal, signature and date may be in original or electronic format.