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Section 5096.1. (Added by Stats. 2004, Ch. 921, Sec. 11.)
Cite as: Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code §5096.1.

(a)Any individual, not a licensee of this state, who is engaged in any act which is the practice of public accountancy in this state, and who has not given notice of intent to practice under practice privileges and paid the fee required pursuant to the provisions of this article, and who has a license, certificate or other authority to engage in the practice of public accountancy in any other state, regardless of whether active, inactive, suspended, or subject to renewal on payment of a fee or completion of an educational or ethics requirement, is:

(1)Deemed to be practicing public accountancy unlawfully in this state.

(2)Subject to the personal and subject matter jurisdiction and disciplinary authority of the board and the courts of this state to the same extent as a holder of a valid practice privilege.

(3)Deemed to have appointed the regulatory agency of the state that issued the individual’s certificate or license as the individual’s agent on whom notice, subpoenas, or other process may be served in any action or proceeding by the board against the individual.

(b)The board may prospectively deny a practice privilege to any individual who has violated this section or implementing regulations or committed any act which would be grounds for discipline against the holder of a practice privilege.



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