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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 4 Hansard (1 April) . . Page.. 1613..


(i) the architect has been convicted, or found guilty, of an offence against a corresponding law of a local jurisdiction;

Note Corresponding law -see dict.

(j) conduct by the architect prescribed under the regulations.

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Clause 42 (1)

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(1) If an architect has committed professional misconduct, then the unsatisfactory professional conduct on which it is based is a disciplinary ground in relation to the architect.

Schedule 2

Architects Bill 2003

Amendments moved by the Minister for Planning

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Clause 30 (1)

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(1) A nominee of a firm has the function of ensuring that the architectural services for which the nominee is responsible (the relevant architectural services ) comply with this Act.

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Clause 30 (2) (b)

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(b) the nominee fails to ensure that the relevant architectural services comply with this Act.

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Clause 30 (4) and (5)

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(4) A firm that is a corporation commits an offence if a nominee of the firm fails to ensure that the relevant architectural services comply with this Act.

Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.

(5) A partner in a firm that is a partnership commits an offence if a nominee of the firm fails to ensure that the relevant architectural services comply with this Act.

Maximum penalty: 50 penalty units.


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