I've recently looked at a job where they want to expand operations and saw something that I'm not sure is legal. This is a commercial project small control panel for controlling pump motors and electric burners. Install consists of the motor branch circuits leaving the panel in non-metallic liquidtight for flexibility and then connecting to EMT. The liquidtight is about 3-4' in length before transferring to EMT. There are 3 - 3phase motor circuit run in this raceway and each motor run has its own dedicated EGC. The control panel is properly grounded to it's source and each motor circuit is properly grounded in the control panel. I'm having a problem with the EMT to liquidtight transformation. Even though the liquidtight is under 6' long shouldn't the EMT somehow be bonded to the panel???