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#45473 11/30/04 10:14 AM
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here is the situation,Im a new contractor and one of my guy's is ready to take his jourenymans test. We work together at for 3 years before i started my own. Unfortonatly my boss(god rest his soul) passed away suddenly.All his hours were doumented,but never noterised.Here in michigan thats reqired.He has four aprentis cards regesterd with the state.We have a meeting with the board soon.I was wondering if anybody had any advice or help? It would be ashame for him to lose all those houres.

#45474 11/30/04 10:22 AM
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Can't you have the cards notarized? A notary public just puts his seal on a statement that the person before him has sworn that the info is true.


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#45475 11/30/04 10:38 AM
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Dig him up and take him to the closest notary. Just be sure to cover the hole while you are gone so as not to take on any additional liability. It might be best to do this at night. I just couldn't resist this one earlydean and mean no harm. For what it's worth I would rely on the board to do the right thing in this situation.

#45476 11/30/04 01:40 PM
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Do I understand correctly that you were working with him during that time? If so, perhaps you can sign for his time, and have your own signature notorized. What, exactly, are the requirements for who has to sign for the time?

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I would think that someone,wife or family member, had to close out his business affairs and would possibly have power of attorney to sign for him.

#45478 11/30/04 05:44 PM
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Power of attorney "dies" with the person it covers.

-Hal

#45479 11/30/04 06:19 PM
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Hal,
I did not realize that. Will post a related topic in the business section and set an appointment to see my attorney in the very near future regarding this!

#45480 11/30/04 07:37 PM
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Hi,
Maybe you can get a copy of the weekly paycheck STUB and/or W2 and turn that in?

Social security can verify wages.

I would try and document everything if possible.

They might give it to him based on his effort to prove the hours!

Hope that helps.

Good luck!

MUSTANG


[This message has been edited by mustangelectric (edited 11-30-2004).]

#45481 12/01/04 02:27 PM
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we have all the w2 when he worked . I hope the board does the right thing it would be ashame to lose all thoses houres! I'll let you know what happens we are going friday.

#45482 12/01/04 02:32 PM
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the master he works under is the one that has to sign.when he worked with me there i was still o journeyman.

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