Section 34-17-27

Exemptions.

This chapter shall not be construed to require licensing in the following cases:

(1) The practice of landscape architecture by any person who acts under the supervision of a registered landscape architect or by an employee of a person lawfully engaged in the practice of landscape architecture and who in either event does not assume responsible charge of design or supervision;

(2) The practice of architecture by a duly registered professional architect and the doing of landscape architectural work by a registered architect or by an employee under supervision of a registered architect, when such work is incidental to their practice;

(3) The practice of engineering by a duly registered professional engineer and the doing of landscape architectural work by a registered engineer or by an employee under supervision of a registered engineer, when such work is incidental to their practice;

(4) The practice of surveying by a duly registered professional land surveyor and the doing of landscape architectural work by a registered professional land surveyor or by an employee under supervision of a registered professional land surveyor, when such work is incidental to their practice;

(5) The practice of landscape architecture by employees of the United States government while engaged within this state in the practice of landscape architecture for the government;

(6) The practice of planning as customarily done by regional or urban planners;

(7) The practice of arborists, foresters, gardeners, home builders, and horticulturists; or

(8) The practice of any nurseryman, general or landscape contractor, such practice to include design, planning, location, and arrangements of plantings or other ornamental features.

(Acts 1971, No. 2396, p. 3819, §9.)