If the charges for services are based upon the weight of the property, then yes. When the moving company provides services based upon a NON-BINDING estimate to be charged by weight, they must determine the weight of each shipment.
Alternatively, if the charges are to be determined based upon hourly rate or by a “BINGING CUBIC FEET” rate then the law does not require the moving company to obtain weight certificates.
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