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31.0224 Exceptions.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 31.0224]

Nothing contained in this chapter prohibits any person:

(1) who holds a current Certificate of Certified Public Accountant issued under this chapter from assuming and using the title and designation “Certified Public Accountant” or “CPA” provided, that if that person does not also hold a current permit to practice issued under this chapter, he shall clearly indicate in assuming and using the title that he does not hold himself out to be in the practice of public accountancy;

(2) who holds a current Registration of Public Accountant issued under this chapter from assuming and using the title and designation “Public Account” or “PA”; provided, that if that person does not also hold a current permit to practice issued under this chapter, he shall clearly indicate in assuming and using the title that he does not hold himself out to be in the practice of public accountancy;

(3) who holds a temporary practice permit issued under this chapter from using the title and designation under which he is generally known in the state or country from which he received his certificate, registration, license, or degree for the practice of public accountancy;

(4) who is not a Certified Public Accountant or Public Accountant from serving as an em-ployee of, or an assistant to, a Certified Public Accountant or Public Accountant; provided, that employee or assistant works under the control and supervision of a person who holds a current Certificate of Certified Public Accountant or a current Registration of Public Accountant and a current permit to practice as such issued under this chapter; and provided further, that the employee or assistant does not issue any statement or report over his name except the office reports to his employer as are customary, and that the employee or assistant is not in any manner held out to the public as a certified public accountant or public accountant;

(5) who is an officer, employee, partner, or principal of any organization from signing or affixing his name to any statement or report in reference to the affairs of that organization; provided, that in so signing or affixing his name he shall clearly indicate that he is an officer, employee, partner or principal of the organization, and the position, title or office which he holds therein;

(6) who is a public employee from the performance of his duties as such;

(7) who is an attorney at law from engaging in practice as such.

History: 1978, PL 15-75.