2006 Alabama Code - Section 34-17-26 — Reciprocity.
The board, subject to the provisions of this chapter and the rules and regulations of the board promulgated thereunder prescribing the qualifications for a landscape architect license, may permit the practice of landscape architecture in this state under a landscape architect license issued under the laws of any other state or country, upon payment of the current fee established by the board, and upon submission of all of the following evidence satisfactory to the board:
(1) That the other state or country maintained a system and standard of qualifications and examinations for a landscape architect license which were substantially equivalent to those required in this state at the time the license was issued by the other state or country.
(2) That the other state or country gives similar recognition and endorsement to landscape architect licenses of this state.
(Acts 1971, No. 2396, p. 3819, §6; Acts 1995, No. 95-283, p. 523, §3.)
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