|S.F. No. 263 - Interior Designers|
|Author:||Senator Linda Higgins|
|Prepared by:||Matthew S. Grosser, Senate Research (651/296-1890)|
|Date:||April 4, 2005|
The bill requires mandatory licensure of interior designers and limits the practice of interior
design to such licensees. The bill defines the practice of interior design as the performance of any
professional service in connection with planning, design, and on-site observations of interior
construction of any non-load-bearing private or public interior space. The bill also deletes obsolete
language relating to the membership composition of the Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land
Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience, and Interior Design.
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