Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) & Rules (As at 1st November 2023) - 9789678930253 - ILBS

Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) & Rules (As at 1st November 2023) - 9789678930253 - ILBS

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Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) & Rules. [As at 1st November 2023] An Act to provide for the registration of architects, sole proprietorships, partnerships and bodies corporate providing architectural consultancy services, interior designers and building draughtsmen and matters connected therewith. Detailed Contents Of Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) & Rules : The Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) is an act of parliament in Malaysia that provides for the registration of architects, the regulation of the architectural profession, and the accreditation of architectural education and training. The act is administered by the Board of Architects Malaysia (Lembaga Arkitek Malaysia or LAM), which is responsible for ensuring that the practice of architecture in Malaysia meets the highest standards of professionalism and ethics. The act is supported by the Architects Rules, which provide more detailed regulations on various aspects of architectural practice in Malaysia. Here is a brief summary of the key provisions of the Architects Act 1967 and its associated rules: 1.Registration of Architects Under the act, only registered architects are allowed to use the title "architect" or offer architectural services to the public. To be eligible for registration, a person must possess a recognized degree in architecture or have equivalent qualifications, and have completed a period of practical experience under the supervision of a registered architect. The registration process is administered by LAM. 2.Code of Professional Conduct The act requires architects to adhere to a strict code of professional conduct, which includes ethical principles and standards of behavior that are expected of architects in Malaysia. The code covers areas such as professional integrity, confidentiality, conflicts of interest, and compliance with laws and regulations. 3.Accreditation of Architectural Education The act requires LAM to accredit architectural education programs offered by universities and other institutions in Malaysia. The accreditation process involves assessing the quality of the program and ensuring that it meets the standards set by LAM. Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) & Rules [As at 5th February 2022] Contains: Architects Act 1967 (Act 117) Architects Rules 1996 Architects (Scale of Minimum Fees) Rules 2010

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