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§30-13A-11. Underground surveying endorsement requirements.
(a) The board shall issue an endorsement to practice underground surveying under the provisions of this article to an applicant who meets the following requirements:

(1) Is a licensed surveyor;

(2) Has three years or more experience in underground surveying under the direct supervision of an endorsee or a person authorized in another state or country to engage in the practice of underground surveying; and

(3) Has passed an examination as prescribed by the board.

(b) An application for an underground surveying endorsement shall be made on forms provided by the board and include the following:

(1) Name and address of the applicant;

(2) Applicant's underground surveying experience;

(3) Names of three persons for reference, all three of whom shall be endorsees or persons authorized in another state or country to engage in the practice of underground surveying, and who have knowledge of the applicant's work; and

(4) Any other information the board prescribes.

(c) An applicant shall pay all the applicable fees.

(d) The examination for underground surveying shall be held at least once each year at the time and place determined by the board. An applicant who fails to pass all or any part of the examination may apply for reexamination, as prescribed by the board, at any time and shall furnish additional information and fees as required by the board.

(e) A license to practice underground surveying issued by the board prior to the first day of July, two thousand four, shall for all purposes be considered an endorsement issued under this section: Provided, That a person holding a license to practice underground surveying issued prior to the first day of July, two thousand four, must renew and then receive an endorsement pursuant to the provisions of section thirteen of this article.