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Each office established or maintained in this state for the practice of public accounting shall be under the direct supervision of an individual in residence who holds a license or practice of privilege. The supervisor may be a sole proprietor, partner, principal, member, or staff employee. A supervisor may serve in this capacity at one office only.
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