The Architects Registration Board1 is under a duty to issue a code laying down standards of professional conduct and practice expected of registered persons2. The Board must keep the code under review and vary its provisions whenever it considers it appropriate to do so3. Before issuing or varying the code, the Board must: (1) consult such professional bodies and such other persons with an interest in architecture as it considers appropriate4; and (2) publish in such a manner as it considers appropriate notice that it proposes to issue or vary the code, stating where copies of the proposals can
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