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The Architects' Qualifications (EC Recognition) Order 1988

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This Order under section 2 of the European Communities Act 1972 comes into force on 1st February 1989.

The Order amends the Architects (Registration) Act 1931 by—

(1) adding to the list of European qualifications, possession of which entitles a person to registration as an architect under that Act; and

(2) requiring the Architects Registration Council of the United Kingdom to have regard to any further qualifications which satisfy the requirements of Articles 3 and 4 of EC Directive 85/384 (mutual recognition by member States of qualifications in architecture).

The Order makes consequential revocations to the Architects' Qualifications (EEC Recognition) Order 1987.

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