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(1)The Registrar shall maintain, in addition to the Register, a list of visiting EEA architects and shall permit any person to inspect it during normal working hours.
(2)The list of visiting EEA architects shall show the name and qualifications of each person enrolled on it and the period or periods for which and services in respect of which each enrolment is effective.
(3)A national of an EEA State established as an architect in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom who has applied to the Registrar in the manner specified in subsection (4) is entitled to be enrolled on the list of visiting EEA architects.
(4)An application is made by supplying—
(a)a declaration in writing giving particulars of the services to be provided by the person while visiting the United Kingdom and the period or periods for which he expects to provide them; and
(b)a certificate (or certificates) issued not more than twelve months previously by the competent authority of an EEA State in which he is established as an architect showing that he is lawfully pursuing activities in the field of architecture in an EEA State other than the United Kingdom and holds a qualification or certificate specified in section 5(1).
(5)Enrolment on the list of visiting EEA architects shall be for such period or periods and in respect of such services as the Registrar considers appropriate having regard to the particulars given in the declaration made under subsection (4)(a).
(6)No fee shall be charged for enrolment on the list of visiting EEA architects.
(7)A person shall not be enrolled on the list of visiting EEA architects at a time when—
(a)he is subject to a disqualifying decision in another EEA State;
(b)he is required under section 9(1) to satisfy the Board of his competence to practise but has not done so; or
(c)his name has been removed from the Register because of a suspension order or an erasure order and has not been re-entered.
(8)A person’s name shall be removed from the list of visiting EEA architects if—
(a)he becomes established as an architect in the United Kingdom;
(b)he renders services in the United Kingdom otherwise than in accordance with a declaration supplied by him under subsection (4)(a); or
(c)he may no longer lawfully pursue activities in the field of architecture in the EEA State in which the certificate supplied under subsection (4)(b) showed he was lawfully pursuing such activities.
(9)A person enrolled on the list of visiting EEA architects shall, when using his title or any abbreviation of it, express the title or abbreviation in the language or one of the languages of the EEA State in which the body conferring the title is located and shall follow the title or abbreviation with the name and location of the body conferring the title.
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