|(a) An Architect or a Principal, on behalf of an architectural firm, who forms a business association to jointly provide architectural services with any Nonregistrant who is: (1) not an employee of the Architect or architectural firm; (2) not a client of the Architect or architectural firm; and (3) not a subcontractor nor a consultant of the Architect or architectural firm under contract with a client except as described in subsection (e); shall, prior to providing architectural services on behalf of the business association, enter into a written agreement of association with the Nonregistrant whereby the Architect or the architectural firm agrees to be responsible for the preparation of all Construction Documents issued by the association. (b) The written agreement of association shall include the following: (1) The date when the agreement to associate is effective; (2) The name, address, telephone number, registration number, and signature of the Architect or the Principal on behalf of an architectural firm which has agreed to associate with the Nonregistrant; (3) The name, address, telephone number, and signature of the Nonregistrant with whom the Architect or Principal has agreed to associate. (c) The Architect or Principal shall prepare or exercise Supervision and Control over the preparation of all Construction Documents issued by the association unless the Construction Documents are prepared and issued as described in subsection (e). All Construction Documents prepared pursuant to the association described in this section shall be sealed, signed, and dated in accordance with the provisions of Subchapter F. (d) The Architect who seals Construction Documents on behalf of the association shall retain paper or electronic copies of them, together with the written agreement of association, and make them available for review by the Board for ten (10) years after the date of the Architect's signature on the Construction Documents. (e) If, pursuant to §1051.606(b) of the Texas Occupations Code, a Texas Architect associates with a person who is not a Texas Architect but is duly registered as an architect in another jurisdiction and does not maintain or open an office in Texas, The Texas Architect shall, at a minimum, exercise Responsible Charge over the preparation of all Construction Documents issued for use in Texas as a result of the association. The Texas Architect shall seal, sign, and date all Construction Documents issued for use in Texas as a result of the association in the same manner as if the Architect had prepared the Construction Documents or they had been prepared under the Architect's Supervision and Control. All other requirements of this section relating to associations apply to an association between an Architect and a person registered as an architect in another jurisdiction regardless of whether the Texas Architect or the architect from another jurisdiction acts as the "consultant" as that term is used in §1051.606(b) of the Texas Occupations Code.