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3. In Part 1, after section 1 (the Board), insert—
(1) The Board is designated as the competent authority in the United Kingdom for the purposes of the Directive so far as relating to architects.
(2) The designation under subsection (1) does not extend to the awarding of degrees, diplomas or other qualifications in architecture.
(3) Accordingly, the Board shall in the United Kingdom carry out (in particular) the mutual-recognition functions so far as relating to architects.
(4) The carrying-out of the following functions in the United Kingdom is not entrusted to the Board by subsection (3)—
(a)the function of awarding degrees, diplomas or other qualifications in architecture;
(b)any other mutual-recognition functions the carrying out of which, so far as relating to architects, is entrusted to the Board or any other person by or under any enactment other than this section.
(5) In this section “mutual-recognition functions” means the functions specified in the Directive that a Member State, in giving effect to the Directive, must or may cause to become functions of the State’s competent authorities.”.
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