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TITLE 22EXAMINING BOARDS
PART 1TEXAS BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINERS
CHAPTER 3LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS
SUBCHAPTER FLANDSCAPE ARCHITECT'S SEAL
RULE §3.106Other Professional Responsibilities

(a) A Landscape Architect shall provide a written statement of jurisdiction to each client for whom the Landscape Architect renders a landscape architectural service in Texas.

(b) The statement of jurisdiction shall:

  (1) state that "The Texas Board of Architectural Examiners has jurisdiction over complaints regarding the professional practices of persons registered as landscape architects in Texas";

  (2) include the Board's current mailing address and telephone number; and

  (3) be placed within every written contract for landscape architectural services.

(c) If a Landscape Architect provides a landscape architectural service to a client without entering into a written contract with the client, the Landscape Architect shall provide the client with the statement of jurisdiction:

  (1) by including the statement of jurisdiction in each bill for landscape architectural services presented to the client, or

  (2) if the client visits the Landscape Architect's office, by posting the statement of jurisdiction on a sign prominently displayed in the Landscape Architect's office.

(d) If, in the course of his/her work on a landscape architectural project, a Landscape Architect becomes aware of a course of action taken against the Landscape Architect's advice which may violate an applicable statute, code, or other regulatory provision and which is reasonably likely to have a material adverse effect on the safe use of the completed project, the Landscape Architect shall:

  (1) report the course of action in writing to the owner, to the local building official with jurisdiction over the project, and to other responsible parties; and

  (2) refuse to consent to the course of action.


Source Note: The provisions of this §3.106 adopted to be effective September 29, 2003, 28 TexReg 8333

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