Nebraska Revised Statutes Chapter 1. Accountants

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  • NE REV ST § 1-105. Act, how cited
  • NE REV ST § 1-105.01. Nebraska State Board of Public Accountancy;  purpose
  • NE REV ST § 1-106. Terms, defined
  • NE REV ST § 1-107. Nebraska State Board of Public Accountancy;  creation;  membership;  appointment;  qualifications;  terms;  vacancies;  removal;  reappointment
  • NE REV ST § 1-108. Board;  chairperson;  rules and regulations;  quorum;  seal;  records
  • NE REV ST § 1-108.01. Board;  conflicts of interest;  rules and regulations
  • NE REV ST § 1-109. Board;  annual register;  contents;  personnel;  executive director;  duties
  • NE REV ST § 1-110. Board member;  salary;  expenses
  • NE REV ST § 1-111. Fees, costs, and penalties;  collection;  Certified Public Accountants Fund;  created;  use;  investment;  civil penalties;  distribution
  • NE REV ST § 1-112. Board;  professional conduct;  rules and regulations
  • NE REV ST § 1-113. Advisory committee;  membership
  • NE REV ST § 1-114. Certificate as a certified public accountant;  granted;  qualifications
  • NE REV ST § 1-115. Certified public accountant;  examinations, when held;  use of prepared questions and grading service
  • NE REV ST § 1-116. Certified public accountant;  examination;  eligibility
  • NE REV ST § 1-117. Certified public accountant;  completion of examination;  additional requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-118. Certified public accountant;  reexamination;  waiting period
  • NE REV ST § 1-119. Certified public accountant;  examination fee
  • NE REV ST § 1-120. Certified public accountant;  reexamination fee
  • NE REV ST § 1-121. Certified public accountant;  fees;  when payable
  • NE REV ST § 1-122. Certified public accountant;  certificate;  use of abbreviation C.P.A.;  list
  • NE REV ST § 1-124. Certified public accountant;  reciprocal certificate;  waiver of examination;  fee
  • NE REV ST § 1-125.01. Certified public accountant in another state;  practice privilege;  conditions;  limitations
  • NE REV ST § 1-125.02. Foreign accountant;  temporary practice privilege;  conditions;  limitations;  fee
  • NE REV ST § 1-126. Certified public accountant;  partnership or limited liability company;  registration;  requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-134. Public accountant;  corporation;  registration
  • NE REV ST § 1-135. Public accountant;  offices;  registration;  fee;  manager
  • NE REV ST § 1-136. Public accountant;  permits;  issuance;  fees;  failure to renew;  effect;  inactive list
  • NE REV ST § 1-136.01. Permit;  renewal;  professional development;  rules and regulations
  • NE REV ST § 1-136.02. Permit;  when issued
  • NE REV ST § 1-136.04. Permit issuance;  experience in lieu of being a college or university graduate
  • NE REV ST § 1-137. Individual certificates, practice privilege, temporary practice privilege, registration, and permits;  disciplinary action;  grounds
  • NE REV ST § 1-137.01. Actions in another state;  disciplinary action;  grounds;  board;  investigatory duty
  • NE REV ST § 1-138. Partnership or limited liability company;  disciplinary action;  grounds
  • NE REV ST § 1-139. Corporation;  disciplinary action;  grounds
  • NE REV ST § 1-140. Disciplinary action;  board;  initiation of proceedings
  • NE REV ST § 1-141. Disciplinary action;  notice to accused;  how given
  • NE REV ST § 1-142. Disciplinary action;  failure of accused to appear and defend;  hearing;  order
  • NE REV ST § 1-143. Disciplinary action;  appearance by accused;  privileges
  • NE REV ST § 1-144. Disciplinary action;  hearing;  board;  powers
  • NE REV ST § 1-145. Disciplinary action;  board;  rules of evidence
  • NE REV ST § 1-146. Disciplinary action;  record of hearing
  • NE REV ST § 1-147. Disciplinary action;  board;  legal representation
  • NE REV ST § 1-148. Disciplinary action;  action of board
  • NE REV ST § 1-149. Disciplinary action;  appeal;  procedure
  • NE REV ST § 1-150. Disciplinary action;  additional board powers
  • NE REV ST § 1-151. Certified public accountant;  person;  use of term C.P.A.;  requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-152. Certified public accountant or public accountant;  partnership or limited liability company;  use of titles or term C.P.A.;  requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-153. Peer review;  rules and regulations
  • NE REV ST § 1-155. Use of terms, prohibited;  exception
  • NE REV ST § 1-156. Corporation;  use of terms, prohibited;  exception
  • NE REV ST § 1-157. Accountant or auditor;  use of terms;  when permitted
  • NE REV ST § 1-158. Partnership or limited liability company;  use of terms;  requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-159. Corporation;  use of terms;  requirements
  • NE REV ST § 1-160. Public accountant;  absence of permit;  requirement to so state;  exceptions
  • NE REV ST § 1-161. Certified public accountant;  public accountant;  false use of partnership or limited liability company designation;  prohibition
  • NE REV ST § 1-162. Certified public accountant;  employees and assistants;  not prohibited
  • NE REV ST § 1-162.01. Firms;  owners permitted;  conditions;  rules and regulations
  • NE REV ST § 1-164. Banking, law, and agricultural services;  not prohibited
  • NE REV ST § 1-164.01. Services related to financial statements;  not prohibited
  • NE REV ST § 1-164.02. Formation of business partnership or limited liability company;  not prohibited
  • NE REV ST § 1-164.03. Use of title accountant;  not prohibited
  • NE REV ST § 1-165. Board;  unlawful practice;  injunction
  • NE REV ST § 1-166. Unlawful use of terms;  penalty
  • NE REV ST § 1-167. Unlawful use of terms;  advertising;  prima facie evidence of violation
  • NE REV ST § 1-168. Certified public accountant;  working papers and memoranda;  property rights
  • NE REV ST § 1-170. Audit, report, or financial statement;  public agency of state;  made by whom
  • NE REV ST § 1-171. Audit, report, or financial statement;  federal regulation;  made by whom

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