A person who has applied to the Registrar of Architects1 in the prescribed2 manner for registration in Part 1 of the register of architects is entitled to be registered if:
(1) he holds such qualifications and has gained such practical experience as may be prescribed3; or
(2) he has a standard of competence which, in the opinion of the Architects Registration Board4, is equivalent to that demonstrated by satisfying head (1)5.
The Board may require a person who applies for registration on the ground that he satisfies head (2) to pass a prescribed examination in architecture6.
A Directive-rights national7 is to
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