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(a) Professional engineers and professional land surveyors may practice professional engineering or professional land surveying through a business entity provided:
(i) The business entity has registered with the board;
(ii) The business entity has submitted the following to the board:
(A) A description of the engineering or land surveying services to be practiced in the state; and
(B) A designation of an individual or individuals in responsible charge. A change in the individual or individuals in responsible charge shall be filed with the board within thirty (30) days of the change.
(iii) All final maps, plats, plans, designs and other documents filed or recorded under W.S. 33-29-801 shall be dated and bear the signature and seal of a professional engineer or professional land surveyor in responsible charge of the work; and
(iv) All personnel of the business entity who act on its behalf as engineers or land surveyors in this state shall be licensed professional engineers or licensed professional land surveyors or shall be exempted from the license requirement under W.S. 33-29-604(a)(iii) . No business entity shall be relieved of responsibility for the conduct or acts of its employees, officers or agents by reason of its compliance with this act. Nor shall any individual engaged in engineering or land surveying be relieved of responsibility for engineering or land surveying services performed by reason of his employment or relationship with a business entity.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wyoming Statutes Title 33. Professions and Occupations § 33-29-602. Practice through business entities; registration - last updated December 01, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wy/title-33-professions-and-occupations/wy-st-sect-33-29-602.html
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