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When is an electrical engineer not an engineer? When Arizona's state regulators decide to play word games

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Re: It's all in the 'title'

Farmer is not on the list of example recognised professions*, however a signatory can also be a "person of good standing in the community". Being, or being retired from being, a chairman or director of a limited company is on the list, as are many other "professions".

Personally I qualify more than once, as a "manager or personnel officer of a limited company", "director, manager or personnel officer of a VAT-registered company", "member, associate or fellow of a professional body**", "local government officer" and "civil servant (permanent)" (although the last two were a long time ago).

*All this applies to UK passport countersignatories.

**Institute of Mathematics and it's Applications for the record and I do have Chartered status.

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