(a) A person who is an accountant of another state may use the title under which the
accountant is generally known in the state from which the accountant received a certificate,
license, or degree if:
(1) the person holds a license issued under this chapter or practices in this state
under a privilege under Section 901.461 or 901.462; and
(2) any of the person's offices established or maintained in this state for the practice
of public accountancy are licensed under this chapter.
(b) A person who holds a certification, degree, license, or other credential granted
in a foreign jurisdiction that entitles the person to engage in the practice of public
accountancy or its equivalent in that jurisdiction may use in this state any title
or designation under which the person practices in the foreign jurisdiction, followed
by a translation of the title or designation into English if it is in a different
language and by the name of that jurisdiction, if:
(1) the person's activities in this state are limited to the provision of professional
accounting services to persons who are residents, governments, or business entities
of that foreign jurisdiction; and
(2) the person does not perform attest services or issue reports on the financial
statements of any other person in this state.
(c) A person registered under Section 901.355 shall use the title held in the country from which the person received a certificate,
license, or degree, and shall indicate the name of the country.
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