United Kingdom - Statutory Instruments
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The Architects Qualifications (EC Recognition) Order 2002 ("Architects") S.I. 2002 No. 2842.
The Architects (Professional Conduct Committee) Amendment Order 2004 ("Architects"), S.I. 2004 No. 655.
Freedom of Information (Additional Public Authorities) Order 2004 ("Freedom of Information") S.I. 2004 No. 938, listing the Architects registration Board in Schedule 2.
The European Communities (Recognition of Professional Qualifications) Regulations 2007 ("Professional Qualifications") S.I. 2007 No. 2781, being a Statutory Instrument that implements, in part, Council Directive 2005/36/EC (see here) on the recognition of professional qualifications. See also the Explanatory Note which is published alongside the Statutory Instrument and the Explanatory Memorandum laid before Parliament as the legislature.
The Business Protection from Misleading Marketing Regulations ("Trade Descriptions"), S.I. 2008 No. 1276.
The Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations ("Consumer Protection"), S.I. 2008 No. 1277.
The Architects (Recognition of European Qualifications etc and Saving and Transitional Provision) Regulations 2008 ("Architects") S.I. 2008 No. 1331[ web version], which designates the Board as competent authority and modifies the register so that it is in two parts, the first being for the registration of those with United Kingdom and European qualifications, the second for architects visiting the United Kingdom on a temporary and occasional basis. (Explanatory note issued with the Instrument; Explanatory Memorandum as laid before Parliament as the legislature).
The Architects (Recognition of European Qualifications) Regulations 2011 S.I. 2011 No. 2008. These Regulations brought section 4(2A) of the Architects Act into conformity with European Directive 2005/36/EC (Professional Qualifications) by removing the requirement to produce evidence of lawful establishment or eligibility to practise in a home Member State.
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