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Section 6775. (Amended by Stats. 2000, Ch. 976, Sec. 3.)
Cite as: Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §6775.

The board may receive and investigate complaints against registered professional engineers, and make findings thereon.

By a majority vote, the board may reprove, suspend for a period not to exceed two years, or revoke the certificate of any professional engineer registered under this chapter:

(a)Who has been convicted of a crime substantially related to the qualifications, functions and duties of a registered professional engineer, in which case the certified record of conviction shall be conclusive evidence thereof.

(b)Who has been found guilty by the board of any deceit, misrepresentation, or fraud in his or her practice.

(c)Who has been found guilty by the board of negligence or incompetence in his or her practice.

(d)Who has been found guilty by the board of any breach or violation of a contract to provide professional engineering services.

(e)Who has been found guilty of any fraud or deceit in obtaining his or her certificate.

(f)Who aids or abets any person in the violation of any provision of this chapter.

(g)Who in the course of the practice of professional engineering has been found guilty by the board of having violated a rule or regulation of unprofessional conduct adopted by the board.

(h)Who violates any provision of this chapter.



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