445. Appeals under the Architects Act 1997.

A person may appeal to the High Court if he is aggrieved1 by:

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    (1)     refusal of his application for registration in Part 1 of the register of architects2;

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    (2)     failure of the Registrar of Architects3 to serve on an applicant for registration in Part 1 of the register written notice of the decision on his application4;

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    (3)     his name not being re-entered in, or his name being removed from, Part 1 of the register (by virtue of the statutory provision5 relating to competence to practise6);

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    (4)     the Architects Registration Board's7 ordering (under the statutory provision relating to disqualification in

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