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Posted by  Peter B on May 13, 2003 at 14:41:03:

In Reply to:  Re: IS IT POSSIBLE TO START A FIRM WHEN I AM ONLY 14? posted by Viper on May 13, 2003 at 06:10:17:

A. You may be right on the experience account.

B. He may not need a license for residential work in his state.

C.Is anyone ever put in jail even when they break licensing laws like this? Still not a good resume or ethical item to break the law.

D. Theoretically anyone can start/own a business, but, where required, the work has to be performed by a licensed architect. Justin might hire the arcthitect.

Justin,

Draw and design all you can. Use real projects as a basis, whether they are built enough. Develop your portfolio. No need for a "firm". Enjoy.

Peter

 
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