2010 Pennsylvania Code
Title 18 - CRIMES AND OFFENSES
Chapter 75 - Other Offenses
7503 - Interest of certain architects and engineers in public work contracts.
§ 7503. Interest of certain architects and engineers in public work contracts. (a) Offense defined.--A person is guilty of a misdemeanor of the third degree if he, being an architect or engineer, in the employ of the Commonwealth, or any political subdivision thereof, and engaged in the preparation of plans, specifications, or estimates, bids on any public work at any letting of such work in this Commonwealth; or if he, being an officer of the Commonwealth, or any political subdivision thereof, charged with the duty of letting any public work, awards a contract to any such architect or engineer; or if he, being any such architect or engineer, is in any way interested in any contract for public work, or receives any remuneration or gratuity from any person interested in such contract. (b) Forfeiture of office.--A person who commits an offense under this section shall, in addition to the penalty prescribed herein, forfeit his office.
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