Where an allegation is made that a registered person1 is guilty of unacceptable professional conduct, that is, conduct which falls short of the standard required of a registered person, or serious professional incompetence, or it appears to the Registrar of Architects2 that a registered person may be so guilty, the case must be investigated by persons appointed in accordance with rules made by the Architects Registration Board3. Where those persons find that a registered person has a case to answer, they must report their finding to the Professional Conduct Committee4. Where the Committee receives such a report in relation
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