Q13. How should I handle engineering drawings for which I'm responsible that include changes given to me by a third party not under my direction?
A. Known as " as-built drawings," these should not be sealed. Seals should be applied only in those cases where you or your delegate have visited the site, reviewed the project during construction, and have verified every change in detail. The changes must be clearly marked on the drawings and a note referencing the original sealed drawings should be attached. These documents are referred to as "record drawings" to distinguish them from "as-built drawings".
Record drawings verified in detail by the engineer and issued to a third party must be sealed.
Is this correct for most jurisdictions? Any comments would be appreciated.