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    Default Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

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    Are you aware that many if not all temporary marks set on the ground at a construction site can be set by non-licensed persons?
    It is my understanding that the only unlicensed person that can work on a construction site is the owner of the property.

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    Default Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

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    It is my understanding that the only unlicensed person that can work on a construction site is the owner of the property.
    Your understanding is wrong at least in MO and likely everywhere else. A contractor has to be licensed but each and every employee does not.

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    Default Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

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    Your understanding is wrong at least in MO and likely everywhere else. A contractor has to be licensed but each and every employee does not.
    An employee works under the license of his boss...making him a legally licensed, bonded and insured worker.

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    Default Re: Can Temporary Wooden Stakes or Lath with Ribbon Be Removed from the Property Line

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    An employee works under the license of his boss...making him a legally licensed, bonded and insured worker.
    I almost agree and that isn't what you said. Where I don't agree is that while the employee is insured and the bond of the employer will cover him the employee holds no license.

    Also, a GC is likely not a licensed, surveyor and likely doesn't have one on staff. Permanent markers are usually hard to see. It would not be unusual for a contractor to want to be able to see where the property line is so they go and place a stake with a flag where the perm markers are located. That doesn't make that stake and flag a marker protected by the law in question.

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