Chapter 265-5 PRACTICE AFTER REGISTRATION
|(1)||The Act does not prohibit one or more geologists from practicing through the medium of a sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation. In a partnership or corporation whose primary activity consists of geological services, at least one partner or officer shall be a registered geologist.|
|(2)||The Act does not prevent or prohibit an individual, firm, company, association or corporation whose principal business is other than the public practice of geology from employing a nonregistered geologist to perform nonpublic geological services necessary to the conduct of their business.|
the Act shall not be construed to prevent or to affect:
All drawings, reports, plats, or other geologic papers or documents involving public geologic work as defined in the Act which shall have been prepared or approved by a registered geologist or a subordinate employee under his direction for the use of or for delivery to any person or for public record within this State shall be signed by him and impressed with said seal or the seal of a nonresident practicing under the provisions of the Act, either of which shall indicate his responsibility for them.
Each person who is an applicant for registration or a holder of a Certificate of Registration from the Board shall notify the Board within thirty (30) days of any and all changes giving both his old and new address and telephone number.