S.C. Code Regs. 76-8 - Practice of Firms
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A. A firm engaged in the practice of landscape architecture in South Carolina must employ one (1) or more persons registered to practice landscape architecture in South Carolina who are in full authority and responsible charge of the firm's landscape architectural practice. Persons in full authority and responsible charge shall mean full time employees in unrestricted, unchecked, and unqualified command of and legally accountable for the actions of such landscape architectural practice.
B. A landscape architect registered in South Carolina shall be responsible for complying with these regulations as they may apply to any association or joint venture with another landscape architect or landscape architects.
C. Each office maintained for the preparation of drawings, specifications, reports, and other professional work shall have a landscape architect duly registered with this board in full authority and responsible charge, having direct knowledge and supervisory control of such work.
D. Each firm shall provide and maintain the current mailing address and physical address of its main office and each office located in South Carolina.
E. Effective July 1, 2012, all firms offering to practice or practicing landscape architecture are required to have an active certificate of authorization.
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