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State laws recognize that certain areas of expertise are common to professionals other than engineers. They provide the following exemptions in:
The law doesn't prevent the practice of any other legally recognized profession or trade.
The law doesn't prevent the practice of work ordinarily performed by persons who operate or maintain machinery or equipment.
The law doesn't prevent the:
The law doesn't prevent the work of an employee or subordinate of a person holding a certificate of registration, or an employee of a person practicing lawfully.
The law doesn't prevent the work of a person rendering engineering services to a corporation, as an employee of such corporation, when:
The laws doesn't prevent practice of officers or employees of the government of the United States while engaged in the practice of engineering for the government of the United States.