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(c) The engineering plans, specifications, reports or other documents being digitally signed and sealed shall include text to indicate the following and place it where an original signature would appear if the item were being physically signed, dated and sealed: Product Approvals Are Not Always Required – Here’s Why When is a Miami Dade Product Approval Required? How do I Quickly Get a Certified TER or Master Plan?

Example: "2/30" - "Beasts" - "Picasso signature" This is a practice that started during the latter part of the nineteenth century. By 1915 the size of the edition was indicated on the print like we do today, "1/100,", 2/100," 3/100," etc., showing both the number of the print and the total number of prints in the edition. Traditionally, Artist Proofs were an impression of a print taken in the printmaking process to see the current printing state.

(a) A digitally created seal as set forth in rule 61G15-23.002, F. C., may be placed where it would appear if the item were being physically signed, dated and sealed.

(b) The date that the digital signature was placed into the document must appear on the document in accordance with subsection 61G15-23.001(4), F. C., and where it would appear if the item were being physically signed, dated and sealed.

S., and subsection (1) of this rule, the following additional information must be included: (a) Plans and Prints.

Every sheet within the plans and prints must be signed, dated and sealed by the professional engineer in responsible charge.

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