Tennessee Code Title 62. Professions, Businesses and Trades § 62-2-601

(a) A corporation, partnership or firm offering architectural, engineering or landscape architectural service to the public may engage in the practice of architecture, engineering or landscape architecture in this state;  provided, that at least one (1) of the principals or officers of the corporation, partnership or firm is in responsible charge of the practice and is registered as required in this chapter for architects, engineers and landscape architects or is otherwise by this chapter authorized to practice.  The same exemptions shall apply to corporations, partnerships and firms as apply to individuals under this chapter.

(b) Corporations, partnerships or firms offering engineering, architectural or landscape architectural service to the public shall file with the board, on a form prescribed by the board, a listing of names and addresses of all principals and officers, as well as the principals or officers duly registered to practice architecture, engineering or landscape architecture in this state who are in responsible charge of the practice in this state.  The corporations, partnerships or firms shall advise the board in writing within sixty (60) days of any change of status.


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