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(1)A person who has applied to the Registrar in the prescribed manner for registration in pursuance of this section is entitled to be registered if—
(a)he holds such qualifications and has gained such practical experience as may be prescribed; or
(b)he has a standard of competence which, in the opinion of the Board, is equivalent to that demonstrated by satisfying paragraph (a).
(2)The Board may require a person who applies for registration on the ground that he satisfies subsection (1)(b) to pass a prescribed examination in architecture.
(a)qualifications or practical experience for the purposes of subsection (1)(a); or
(b)any examination for the purposes of subsection (2),
the Board shall consult the bodies representative of architects which are incorporated by royal charter and such other professional and educational bodies as it thinks appropriate.
(4)Where a person has duly applied for registration in pursuance of this section—
(a)if the Registrar is satisfied that the person is entitled to be registered, he shall enter his name in the Register; but
(b)if the Registrar is not so satisfied, he shall refer the application to the Board.
(5)The Registrar shall not consider an application for registration in pursuance of this section in any case in which it is inappropriate for him to do so (for instance because he is in any way connected with the applicant) but in such a case he shall refer the application to the Board.
(6)Where a person’s application is referred to the Board under subsection (4) or (5), the Board shall direct the Registrar to enter the person’s name in the Register if it is satisfied that he is entitled to be registered.
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