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Architects Act 1997

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Registration in respect of provision of occasional services after first yearE+W+S+N.I.

[F14.(1) Sub-paragraph (2) applies where the Registrar receives the required renewal documents from a visiting practitioner who is entitled under this Schedule to be registered in Part 2 of the Register .

(2) The visiting practitioner continues to be entitled to be registered in Part 2 of the Register , but paragraph 5 contains provision about the duration of entitlement continued under this sub-paragraph.

(3)Sub-paragraph (4) applies where the Registrar receives the required renewal documents from a visiting practitioner who—

(a) is not entitled under this Schedule to be registered in Part 2 of the Register , but

(b)has been previously entitled under this Schedule to be registered in that Part.

(4) The visiting practitioner is once again entitled to be registered in Part 2 of the Register , but paragraph 5 contains provision about the duration of entitlement continued under this sub-paragraph.

(5)The Registrar shall give effect to entitlement under sub-paragraph (2) or (4).

(6)In relation to a visiting practitioner “the required renewal documents” are—

(a)a renewal declaration; and

(b)each evidence of change document (if any).

(7)In this paragraph “renewal declaration”, in relation to a visiting practitioner, means a written declaration that—

(a)states the practitioner’s wish to provide occasional services in a further year; and

(b)contains details of the insurance cover, or other means of personal or collective protection, that the practitioner has with regard to professional liability.

(8)Where a document—

(a)is, in relation to a visiting practitioner, one of the other required documents for the purposes of paragraph 3(1), and

(b)substantiates a matter as respects which there has been a material change since the practitioner last (whether under paragraph 3 or this paragraph) supplied the then-current version of the document to the Registrar,

the version of the document current when under this paragraph the practitioner supplies a renewal declaration to the Registrar is an “evidence of change” document for the purposes of sub-paragraph (6)(b).

(9)A renewal declaration supplied under this paragraph may be supplied by any means.]

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