A-21 - Architects Act

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14. No one who is not an architect may
(1)  engage in a professional activity referred to in the first paragraph of section 16;
(2)  assume the title of architect;
(3)  use any title, designation or abbreviation which may lead to the belief that the person is authorized to practise the profession of architect, or advertise himself as such; or
(4)  act as an architect or in such a way as to lead to the belief that the person is authorized to act as such.
Nothing in this section prevents
(1)  a person who is a landscape architect from bearing that title;
(2)  a person from engaging in a professional activity referred to in the first paragraph of section 16 in accordance with a regulation made pursuant to subparagraph h of the first paragraph of section 94 of the Professional Code (chapter C-26);
(3)  an owner, contractor, superintendent or foreman from coordinating work;
(4)  a person from contributing, as an employee, under the supervision of an architect, to the preparation of plans, estimates or specifications; or
(5)  a person entrusted with the enforcement of an Act from exercising a function determined in that Act.
1973, c. 59, s. 14; 1994, c. 40, s. 200; 2020, c. 152020, c. 15, s. 26.
14. (Repealed).
1973, c. 59, s. 14; 1994, c. 40, s. 200.
14. Every holder of a permit who has paid all the contributions exigible by the Order and is not suspended or struck off the roll is entitled to be entered on the roll.
1973, c. 59, s. 14.