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Can the LP sign as the Signatory? Follow

In general, no. The Licensed Professional (LP) and Signatory must be two different people except if the LP is a direct employee of the building’s organization (not a contractor or SPP).

Designated representatives are not permitted to act as Signatory if they are not a direct employee of the building’s organization (owner or manager).

This includes LPs who are employed indirectly as SPPs by the building’s organization (for example, a school district who has a single LP who submits all applications for that district). SPP’s/consulting engineers would not be eligible to sign as Signatory, since they are not a direct employee of the building’s organization (e.g., the school board).

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