It appears that the only thing that could be construed as practicing before obtaining a license in Tennessee is to misrepresent yourself by calling yourself a “Landscape Architect” or what you do as “Landscape Architecture” or by using language that implies either of those. Surely rep[resenting yourself as being qualified to do work that is specifically being offered only to “Landscape Architects” would fall into that category as well.
I don’t see anything in that licensing law that would indicate that anything other than planting plans is regulated. I’m not a professor or a lawyer, but it really looks like only a “Title Act” to me. Am I missing something Steve?