I have a client who wants me to send him signed and sealed drawings even though the design of all the members has not been completed. Is it Ok to send out drawings with only some of the information shown? The missing information would have to remain blank and use notes such as "reinforcing to be determined" or "dimensions to follow". If so would these drawings need to be labeled "PRELIMINARY" or would the "NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION" note be adequate? I have seen in some professional newsletters of individuals who were subject to disciplinary action for sending out incomplete drawings. Is this the same thing?
I need to know very soon so please respond!
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