Law on the architectural title

Original Language Title: Wet op de architectentitel

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Law of 7 July 1987 laying down rules for the protection of the titles of architect, architectural, horticultural and landscape architect and interior decorator

We Beatrix, at the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.

All of them, who will see or hear these, saluut! do know:

In this regard, we have taken the view that it is desirable to regulate the protection of the titles of architect, architectural, landscaping and landscape architect and interior decorator, as well as the rules for the implementation of the rules for the implementation of the rules on the implementation of the laws of the Member States. the Council Directive of 10 June 1985 on the mutual recognition of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications in architecture, including measures to facilitate the use of diplomas, certificates and other evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture. effective exercise of the right of establishment and freedom to provide services ( PbEG 1985, L 223/15);

In this way, we, the Council of State, and with the mean consultations of the States-General, have been well-regarded and understood to be right and to be understood by the following:

Chapter I. General

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Article 1

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For the purposes of this Act and the provisions based thereon, the following definitions shall apply:

'occupational training period' means an occupational traineeship referred to in Article 1 of the Directive;

'professional organisation' means a legal person whose object or object is to serve the interests of architects, urban planners, garden and landscape architects or interior designers;

Member State: Member State, another State party to the Agreement on the European Economic Area or Switzerland;

'competent authority' means competent authority as referred to in Article 56 of the Directive;

office: the office of architectural register as referred to in Article 2a, first paragraph ;

third country: country other than an State concerned;

'service provider' means a person lawfully established in another State and lawfully engaged in the profession of architect, town planner, horticultural and landscape architect or interior architect, or, where that profession is in the course of its proceedings, in the case of a person who is legally established in another State. that state is not regulated, that profession in that State has exercised full-time during the ten years preceding the provision of services in the Netherlands for at least two years, and which is from that State to the Netherlands for a temporary and temporary provision of services the application of the same occupation occasionally;

IMI: Electronic information system as referred to in Article 1 of Regulation (EU) No Regulation (EC) No 1024/2012 on administrative cooperation through the Internal Market Information System (the IMI Regulation) , for the exchange of information between the Agency and competent authorities of other States concerned;

Member State: Member State of the European Union;

Migrant professional:

  • 1 °. a national of an affected State;

  • 2 °. third-country national who holds an EC residence permit issued by a State concerned for long-term residents as referred to in Article 8 of Directive No 2/3. 2003 /109/EC of the Council of the European Union of 25 November 2003 on the status of long-term residents of third countries (PbEU L 016), or

  • 3 °. member of the family of a national of a State concerned, who is a national of a third country and who is a national of a third country and under Directive No 2004 /38/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Union of 29 April 2004 on the right of freedom of movement and residence in the territory of the Member States to the citizens of the Union and their family members (PbEU L 158 and L 229), is entitled to enter and reside in an affected State;

Unorganised person: registered in the register, who is not a member of a professional organisation;

Our Minister: Our Minister for Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment;

evidence of formal qualifications: diploma, certificate, or other evidence of qualification issued by an authority designated for that purpose by or under the law of another State concerned, in conclusion of a predominating State in one or more of the States concerned vocational training in architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or interior architecture;

register: architects ' register as referred to in Article 2 ;

Directive: Directive No Parliament and the Council of the European Union of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications (PbEU L 255), as last amended by Directive No 22/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7 September 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications (PbEU L 255) 2013 /55/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 November 2013 amending Directive no Directive 2005 /36/EC on the recognition of professional qualifications and of Regulation (EU) No 362/18 /EC Regulation (EC) No 1024/2012 on administrative cooperation through the Internal Market Information System (the IMI Regulation) (PbEU 2013, L 354).

Chapter II. The Architectural Register

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Article 2

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There is an architect ' s register, which, upon request, is registered as an architect, as a town planner, as a garden and landscape architect or as an interior architect, the person who satisfies the requirements laid down in or under this law.

Chapter III. The Office of Architecture Register

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§ 1. The Bureau

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Article 2a

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  • 1 There is an office architecture register. The Agency shall have legal personality and shall be established in The Hague.


Article 3

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  • 1 The Office shall be responsible for the management of the register.

  • 2 The Office shall act as the competent authority in the implementation of this Act. The Agency shall cooperate closely with the competent authorities of other States concerned in that capacity and:

    • (a) shall supply or request information on disciplinary action, criminal penalties or any other serious facts as necessary for the assessment of the lawfulness of the access to or pursuit of the exercise of criminal law, or any other serious matter, as provided for or requested from the authorities; architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or interior architecture of or by a person who is under the control of Article 13 is entered in the register or has made a request for registration on the basis of that Article;

    • (b) the accuracy of the information provided by the competent authority of another State concerned as referred to in subparagraph (a) and informs that authority of the findings and any consequences that may be attached to it;

    • c. receives the documents or information necessary for registration in the register and recognition of the title of architect, town planner, garden and landscape architect or interior architect, shall be sent to an entry in the register. (b) A person at his request copies of the documents received at the time of registration or a declaration of the period in which the attached person may be deemed to have been employed in his field and shall take the decisions referred to in the Directive on the recognition of the title that belongs to the training of the person who has requested to be entered in the register.

  • 3 The Agency shall provide information on the requirements of the Directive relating to the recognition of professional qualifications for architect, urban and landscape architect or interior architect, on the legal requirements laid down in the Directive; the activities of architect, urban planner, landscaping and landscape architect or interior architect, and the registration in one of those qualities in the register and their legal effects.

  • 4 The Agency also provides interested parties with support in the exercise of their rights under the Directive in respect of architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or other relevant state in the Netherlands or elsewhere. carry out an independent or self-employed interior architecture, or temporarily and occasionally, in accordance with the Directive, to provide services in one of those areas.

  • 5 The Agency shall provide the information referred to in points (a) and (b) of the second paragraph through the IMI.


Article 3a

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  • 1 For the purposes of applying Article 3, third paragraph, part a In so far as the provision of criminal penalties is concerned, a statement of conduct shall be considered as information on criminal penalties.

  • 4 The Agency may submit to a competent authority of another State concerned a request as referred to in Article 4 (2) of the EC Treaty. Article 3, third paragraph, part a , provided that the request is duly justified.


Article 3b

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  • 2 Our Minister of Justice shall inform the person referred to in paragraph 1 in respect of whom the certificate of conduct is sought in knowledge of the application, as referred to in Article 4 (1). Article 3a (2) , and requests his consent to the examination of the application.

  • 3 If the person referred to in paragraph 1 does not consent, our Minister of Justice shall notify the competent authority of any other State concerned that has applied for the declaration of conduct.


Article 3c

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  • 1 Our Minister of Justice informs the person, intended in Article 3b, first paragraph , in respect of whom the statement of conduct is requested if he intends to refuse to issue the statement on the conduct of the conduct.

  • 2 Our Minister of Justice shall provide the declaration of conduct or refusal to issue it to the person referred to in Article 2. Article 3b, first paragraph .

  • 3 Our Minister of Justice shall inform the competent authority of any other State as soon as possible of the issue or refusal of the declaration of conduct. Notification of the issuing of the certificate of conduct shall be notified of the content of the declaration of conduct issued on the conduct of the conduct.

  • 4 If the refusal of the declaration of conduct is not yet irrevocable, our Minister of Justice shall inform the competent authority of any other State concerned about it.


Article 4

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  • 3 The rules laid down by the Office under the Articles 12b, third paragraph , and 12th, Second Member , establishes and further the requirements of the Agency Article 12a, second paragraph , the approval of our Minister, and where the rules or further requirements apply to the garden and landscape architects, and to the interior architects of our Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality respectively, shall be adopted. of our Minister of Education, Culture and Science respectively.

  • 4 If the Agency gives application to Article 27a, third paragraph , it shall involve the professional organisations and the disorganised in the preparation of the policy rules referred to in that paragraph. The third paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis to such established policy rules.


§ 2. The Board

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Article 5

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  • 1 The Steering Board shall be composed of a maximum of three members. If our Minister puts the number of board members on two or three, he appoints a single member to the chair.

  • 2 A member of the Board of Management shall be appointed for a maximum period of four years and shall be reappointed thereafter for the same period after the expiry of the period for which he is appointed.

  • 3 In the event that our Minister raises the number of board members at two or three, our Minister, except in cases of urgency, shall give professional organisations the opportunity for a single place in the administration to make a joint nomination of the At least three people. In case of eligibility of a member of the Board, instead of nominating at least three persons, the proposal may be made by a reappointment of a board member.


Article 6

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The Steering Board shall adopt a governing rules of procedure.


§ 3. Finance

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Article 7

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  • 1 The Agency shall bear all the costs arising out of the performance of the tasks assigned to it by this Law, subject to the second and third paragraphs.


Article 8

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The Bureau shall fix fees for the following:

Chapter IV. Professional qualifications

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§ 1. Training requirements

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Article 9

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the other requirements which a person must fulfil under this law to be entered in the register upon request as an architect, a person shall be in possession of:

    • a. the certificate of a master ' s degree in architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Science University research;

    • b. the certificate of a master ' s degree course in architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said Higher School;

    • (c) a certificate of an education training course designated by Our Minister with a level of training comparable to that of training referred to in subparagraphs (a) or (b);

    • d. a evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture as referred to in Article 21 of the Directive, or in accordance with the requirements set out in Article 47 of the Directive, shall, with due regard to the examination in architecture, be completed in order to enable him to to have completed training which fulfils the requirements of Article 46 (2) of the Directive;

    • e. a evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture as referred to in Article 49 (1), first paragraph, (1a) or (3) of the Directive, of a declaration referred to in the second subparagraph of Article 49 (1) of the Directive or of a declaration of formal qualifications as provided for in Article 49 (1) of the Directive or of a confirmatory declaration as provided for in Article 49, second paragraph, of the Directive;

    • f. a evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture as referred to in the first subparagraph of the first subparagraph of Article 23 (3) or the first subparagraph of the first subparagraph of Article 23 of the Directive, together with a declaration referred to in that third paragraph, second subparagraph, the second subparagraph of paragraph 4 or the second subparagraph of that paragraph;

    • g. a certificate issued in accordance with Article 48 (2) of the Directive by the competent authority designated for that purpose by or under the law in another State concerned, bearing in place that the person concerned is of the quality of his or her own differentiating performance in the field of architecture in particular, so that it is considered to comply with the conditions set out in that State for the pursuit of the work of architect under the professional title of architect;

    • h. a evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture, established by the Bureau, following a study to this effect, by corresponding application of the Articles 5 to 13 of the General Act on recognition of EU professional qualifications has been recognised, provided that he can be regarded as a migrant worker and does not meet the minimum training requirements laid down in Article 46 (2) of the Directive for special and exceptional reasons;

    • (i) a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications acquired or acquired in a third country in the field of architecture, which, by virtue of the competent authority designated for that purpose by or under the law of another State concerned, in accordance with Article 2, second is recognised, provided that he can be identified as a migrant professional and holds a declaration issued by that authority that he has at least three years of professional experience in that State in the field of architecture, or

    • (j) a certificate in the field of architecture, issued by a competent institution in a third country for the purpose of concluding an education which, in the opinion of the Agency, satisfies the conditions laid down in Article 46 (2) of the Directive requirements.

  • 2 A person may under Article 28 or 29 entered on the register as an architect on the basis of a certificate other than those referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 The Secretary of State shall lay down detailed rules on the establishment which the person wishing to obtain in the register in accordance with any of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 (a), (b) or (c) must have given his training.


Article 9a [ Exposition by 15 -07-2008]

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Article 10

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the other requirements which a person must fulfil by virtue of this Act to be entered on the register at the request of urban planning, a person shall be in possession of:

    • a. the certificate of a master training in the field of urban planning at a in Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said University;

    • b. the certificate of a master ' s degree course in urban planning at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said Higher School;

    • (c) a certificate of a training level similar to training as referred to in subparagraphs (a) or (b), designated by Our Minister in the field of urban planning;

    • d. A evidence of formal qualifications in urban planning, which is the subject of an examination by the Bureau, following a study to this effect, with the corresponding application of the Articles 5 to 13 of the General Act on recognition of EU professional qualifications has been recognised, provided that he can be identified as a migrant worker;

    • (e) a diploma, certificate or other evidence of formal qualifications obtained or acquired in a third country in the field of urban planning, which, by virtue of the competent authority designated for that purpose by or under the law of another State concerned, in accordance with Article 2, second paragraph, is recognised, provided that he can be considered as a migrant professional and holds a declaration issued by that authority that he has at least three years of professional experience in that State in the field of urban planning; or

    • A certificate of urban planning issued by a competent institution in a third country and approved by the Bureau following an investigation established for that purpose.

  • 2 A person may under Article 28 or 29 entered in the register as an urban planner based on a certificate other than those referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 The Secretary of State shall lay down detailed rules on the establishment which the person wishing to obtain in the register in accordance with one of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 (a), (b) or (c) must have given his training.


Article 11

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the other requirements which must be fulfilled by virtue of this Act to be entered in the Register upon request as a garden and landscape architect, a person shall be in possession of:

    • a. the certificate of a master ' s degree in landscape architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said University;

    • b. the certificate of a master ' s degree in landscape architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said Higher School;

    • (c) a certificate of training in the field of landscaping and landscaping with a level of training comparable to a training referred to in subparagraphs (a) or (b), designated by Our Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality;

    • d. A evidence of formal qualifications in the field of landscaping and landscaping, which shall be applied by the Bureau, following a study to that effect, by the corresponding application of the Articles 5 to 13 of the General Act on recognition of EU professional qualifications has been recognised, provided that he can be identified as a migrant worker;

    • (e) a diploma, certificate or other title acquired in a third country in the field of landscaping and landscaping, whether or not designated by it by or under the law of another State concerned, in accordance with Article 2, second paragraph, of the Directive is recognised, provided that he can be considered as a migrant professional and holds a declaration issued by that authority that he has at least three years of professional experience in that State in the field of of garden and landscape architecture; or

    • (f) a certificate in the field of landscaping and landscaping provided by a competent institution in a third country and recognised by the Agency following an investigation established for that purpose.

  • 2 A person may under Article 28 or 29 in the register, the garden and landscape architect shall be entered on the basis of a certificate other than those referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 Our Minister of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality shall lay down detailed rules on the establishment which, on the basis of fulfilment of one of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 (a), (b) or (c), wishes to be registered in the register must have given his training.


Article 12

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the other requirements which are to be fulfilled by virtue of this Act to be entered on the register at the request of the interior architect, a person shall be in possession of:

    • a. the certificate of a master ' s degree course in interior architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said University;

    • b. the certificate of a master ' s degree course in interior architecture at one in the Annex to the Law on Higher Education and Scientific Research Said Higher School;

    • c. a certificate of an interior architecture training designated by Our Minister of Education, Culture and Science with a level of training comparable to that of training referred to in subparagraph (a) or (b);

    • d. A evidence of formal qualifications in the field of interior architecture, established by the Bureau, following a study carried out for that purpose, with corresponding application of the Articles 5 to 13 of the General Act on recognition of EU professional qualifications has been recognised, provided that he can be identified as a migrant worker;

    • e. a diploma, certificate or other evidence of a diploma, certificate or other title acquired in a third country in the field of interior architecture, which, by virtue of the competent authority designated for that purpose by or under the law of another State concerned, in accordance with Article 2, second paragraph, of the Directive is recognised, provided that he can be identified as a migrant professional and holds a declaration issued by that authority that he has at least three years of professional experience in that State in the field of interior architecture; or

    • f. a certificate of interior architecture issued by a competent institution in a third country and recognised by the Agency following an investigation established for that purpose.

  • 2 A person may under Article 28 or 29 entered in the register as an interior architect on the basis of a certificate other than those referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3 Our Minister of Education, Culture and Science shall lay down detailed rules on the establishment which, on the basis of fulfilment of one of the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 (a), (b) or (c), he/she wishes to register in the register his training must have been given.


§ 2. Other qualifications

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Article 12a

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  • 1 The bureau can, after hearing a committee of experts established by it, a person, who works in the fields of architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or interior architecture and who are engaged by the quality of his In particular, it has awarded a certificate of performance in the area in question to the discretion of the Agency, allowing him to register in the register.

  • 3 The detailed rules referred to in paragraph 2 shall in any case cover the number of years during which the applicant is active in the field for which he wishes to register himself in the register, the quality and quantity of the goods which he/she wishes to enter into the register. perform performance in the relevant field and in case he is part of a multi-disciplinary team on the measurability of the performance or input to be allocated to him.

  • 4 The Bureau shall hear a committee of experts set up by it before deciding on a request as referred to in the second paragraph.


Article 12b

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  • 1 At least once a year, the Agency shall give an opportunity to take an examination for architects, urban planners, garden and landscape architects and interior designers. The Bureau shall set up a separate examination commission for each of these disciplines.

  • 2 Until the examination referred to in paragraph 1, after payment of the examination, the person who provides proof to the satisfaction of the agency for at least seven years shall be admitted to the area of examination of the examination; wishes to lay down.

  • 3 The Bureau shall lay down rules relating to the examination referred to in paragraph 1. In any event, those rules shall cover:

    • a. Requirements for the acceptance of the examination;

    • b. the size and layout of the examination;

    • c. the requirements for obtaining the exemption from certain parts of the examination;

    • (d) the commission, responsible for taking the examination, and for determining the results thereof;

    • e. the remuneration of the members of the examination board.

  • 4 A person who has passed the examination, as referred to in paragraph 1, may be entered on his application in the register.


Article 12c

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  • 1 A person holding evidence of formal qualifications in the field of architecture as referred to in Article 21 of the Directive or of evidence of formal qualifications as referred to in Article 21 of the Directive. Article 10, first paragraph, part d , 11, first paragraph, part d , or 12, first paragraph, part d It shall be entered in the register if he is entitled, in the State where he has obtained the evidence of formal qualifications, to pursue activities in the field of architecture, urbanism, horticulture and landscaping; or interior architecture or if, with good consequence, it is the two-year professional observation period, intended in Article 12th , has concluded, or has received, a similar professional experience in the opinion of the Bureau.

  • 2 A person holding a certificate as intended to be in possession of Article 9, first paragraph, part j , 10, first paragraph, part f , 11, first paragraph, part f , or 12, first paragraph, part f The register shall be entered in the register if he is entitled, in the third country in which he has that certificate, to carry out professional activities in the field of architecture, urban planning, horticulture and landscaping, or interior architecture or if, with good consequence, it is the two-year professional observation period, intended in Article 12th , has concluded, or has received, a similar professional experience in the opinion of the Bureau.

Chapter IVa. Period of professional observation

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Article 12d

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  • 2 The first paragraph does not apply to a person, who is in the year in which the rules, referred to in Article 12th , it shall be known whether the certificate referred to in paragraph 1 of the first paragraph has been obtained in the following two years.

  • 4 The office recognises the professional observation period followed in another State concerned, if it is in accordance with the rules referred to in Article 4 (2). Article 12th , and shall take into account the period of professional observation in a third country. Recognition of an occupational observation period as referred to in the first sentence shall not be subject to compulsory examination for access to the profession in question.


Article 12th

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  • 2 The Bureau shall lay down rules for the two-year professional observation period. In any event, those rules shall cover:

    • a. the establishment of that period;

    • b. the level of knowledge, insight and skills, about which a person as intended in Article 12d, first paragraph , in any case, must have at their disposal after the period of that period;

    • c. the way in which that period is ended;

    • d. conditions under which partial or partial exemption may be obtained from the period of two years from that period;

    • (e) the establishment and recognition of the professional observation period followed in another State or a third country, and the duration of the part of that period which may be followed abroad;

    • f. the guidance;

    • g. a provision in case of a conflict between the attendant and the person he accompanies.

Chapter IVb. Registration and removal from the register

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Article 13

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  • 1 A person wishing to be registered in the register shall submit a request to the Office. A request shall be accompanied by the documents by which the Agency may establish the identity, training and professional experience of the applicant.

  • 3 The Agency shall acknowledge, within one month, the receipt of an application for recognition of evidence of formal qualifications as referred to in Article 3 (2). Article 9, first paragraph, part h , 10, first paragraph, part d , 11, first paragraph, part d , or 12, first paragraph, part d , or a certificate as referred to in Article 9, first paragraph, part j, 10, first paragraph, part f, 11, first paragraph, part f, or 12, first paragraph, part f. It shall point out that the decision on the approval sought may be a simultaneous decision on registration in the register if the applicant so requests for registration in the register in accordance with the first time of the register. Member.

  • 4 If a person appears, according to his request for registration, to be in possession of evidence of formal qualifications as intended for the purpose of Article 9, first paragraph, part h , 10, first paragraph, part d , 11, first paragraph, part d , or 12, first paragraph, part d The Bureau shall notice the application for a certificate as provided for in Article 9 (1), first paragraph (j), (10), first paragraph, (f), (11), first paragraph, part (f) or (12), first paragraph, part (f), which has not yet been approved by the Agency. tenders shall also be issued as an application for recognition of that evidence of formal qualifications or certificate. The Agency shall notify it within one month of receipt of the receipt of the request.


Article 14

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  • 1 The office shall ensure that the applicant is entered in the register as soon as the applicant is registered as soon as possible after the decision has been taken.

  • 2 The name, surname, date of birth, address and training of the applicant, and the title under which the registration was obtained, shall be entered in the register.

  • 3 The Agency shall provide the applicant with proof of registration immediately after the registration has been entered in the register.


Article 15

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The Agency may provide that the applicant will appear before him in person. The summons shall be notified of such a decision.


Article 16

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  • 2 In case the contribution is met by cashless payment, the office shall, upon receipt of the contribution, send a proof of payment to the person who has paid.


Article 17

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  • 1 The Agency shall obtain an entry in the register by:

    • (a) where the registration, having regard to the provisions of this Act, has been unduly effected;

    • b. if the attached person does not comply with the obligation to pay the in Article 16, first paragraph , as referred to above;

    • c. at the request of the attached Members;

    • d. after the death of the attached members.

  • 3 A decision to rescate the invitation to tender pursuant to the provisions of the first paragraph, B It shall not be taken after the expiry of four weeks after the day on which the person concerned has been informed of his failure and the action referred to in paragraph 1 of that paragraph.

  • 4 Each deletion of a tender on one of the grounds referred to in paragraph 1 (a) to (c) shall be published immediately, giving details of the information provided in the Article 18 is determined.

  • 5 The Agency shall keep note of the irments and of the dates on which they have taken place.


Article 18

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  • 2 The request referred to in paragraph 1 shall not be considered for as long as the application is not Article 8, introductory wording and part a , payment fixed has been paid, and as long as not the fees due in respect of the time of cancellation but not yet paid as referred to in Article 8, introductory wording and part (d), have been paid.


Article 19

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Article 20

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For the purposes of the application of the provisions of the Article 16, first paragraph , the time at which a deletion has been removed as the time of entry in the register shall apply.


Article 21 [ Verfall by 01-01-2013]

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Chapter V. Title protection

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Article 22

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  • 1 The Bureau shall make a written declaration to each applicant whether a person is registered in the register and under what title.

  • 2 After receipt of the declaration referred to in paragraph 1, the applicant may request access to the documents which form the basis of the invitation to tender. Inspection shall be made, after submission to the Bureau of a written request for that purpose, at a time at the desk of the Bureau, to be determined by the Bureau.


Article 23

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  • 1 Entitled to pursue the title of architect, town planner, garden and landscape architect or interior architect or an abbreviation of that title, either without further indication, or in word assemblies in which the title or an abbreviation prevents it from being entered in the register under this title only.

  • 2 The office, professional organisations and legal persons with full jurisdiction whose aim is or are to contribute to the protection of the interests of the final users of the goods and services of the members of the register may be: proceedings are to be held in order that the person who, without being entitled to be entitled to be entitled to a title in the first paragraph of this Article, is hereby ordered to abstain from the proceedings

  • 3 This legal claim shall also apply to any person entitled to the right referred to in paragraph 1, in so far as the title of the person entitled to be registered is entered in the register.

  • (4) The cantonal judge shall take note of the action referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3, except in cases of appeal.

  • 5 The first to fourth paragraphs shall not apply in respect of the conduct of a title referred to in the first paragraph, or an abbreviation of that title, or without further indication, or in a word composition in which that title or an indication of that title is abbreviated to that title, if the person making use of that title or abbreviation does not carry out any work corresponding to activities carried out in the economic sector by an architect, urban planning, garden and Landscape architect or interior architect.


Article 23a

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  • 1 An office working in the field of architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or interior architecture shall be entitled only in, or in the name of, its name, as referred to in Article 3 (1). Article 23, first paragraph , or an abbreviation of that title, or without further indication, or in a word composition in which that title or an abbreviation thereof occurs, if the driver of that agency or at least half of the drivers under this title Law shall be entitled to conduct the relevant title.

  • 2 An office which fulfils the first paragraph shall be entitled to combine in his or her name a title or an abbreviation as referred to in that paragraph with a name of a natural person if that person is entitled under this law to to take the relevant title.

  • 3 Against a desk acting in violation of the first or second member may, in accordance with Article 23, second or third paragraph , a claim shall be lodged as referred to in Article 23, second paragraph. Article 23, fourth paragraph, shall apply to that claim.


Article 24

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  • The Bureau may provide that, when a title as referred to in paragraph 1 is carried out, the name and place of establishment of the institution or examination board which has granted it shall also be mentioned.

Chapter VI. In-service training; information-related information

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Article 25 [ Expired per 01-01-2012]

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Article 26 [ Expaed by 01-01-2012]

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Article 27 [ Verfalls per 01-01-2012]

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Article 27a

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  • 1 Subject to the second paragraph, a person entered in the register shall be kept in the register to keep up to at least 16 hours per year through continuing training the developments in his field.

  • 2 A person entered in the register has not been kept in the course of continuing training, if he:

    • a. is registered as a service provider; or

    • At the time of his request, the register shall be deemed not to be active in the register.

  • 3 The Agency may lay down qualitative policy rules on appropriate CVT.


Article 27aa

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The person who is entered in the register shall inform the person who asks him for a tender of his relevant competence and professional competence, including his continuing vocational training activities, the coverage of the work to be carried out by him by professional indemnity insurance, its rights and obligations to him, as a principal and the surety thereof, and his rights and obligations to a third party, where that third party has designed the work to which the tender relates has ceased to work as it appears that the tender must be resumed.

Chapter VII. Service provision in the fields of architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture and interior architecture

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Article 27b

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  • 1 A provider who is not registered in the register shall, in the Netherlands, carry out only the professional title he carries out in the State in which he is established in the official language of that State or in one of the official languages of that State. If that title does not exist in the State concerned where it is established, the provider of services in the Netherlands shall act, specifying the title which he/she shall receive in the official language of the State in which he is established or in one of the Member States of the State. official languages of that State.

  • 2 A provider shall be entitled to use academic titles granted to him in another State concerned, and, where appropriate, the abbreviation thereof, in the official language of that State or in one of the official languages of that State. Article 24, second paragraph , shall apply mutatis mutandis.

  • 3 A provider may, on request for the duration of the service, be entered in the register, specifying that capacity as an architect, urban planner, garden and landscape architect or interior decorator. The service provider shall send the following documents to the office of his application:

    • a declaration that he is legally established in his or her State to pursue professional activities in the fields of architecture, urbanism, garden and landscape architecture or interior architecture and that at the time of their issuance, he is the declaration has not been imposed on the professional conduct of the profession;

    • (b) a certificate of nationality;

    • (c) where the profession is not regulated in his State, proof that he has exercised the profession in question for at least one year during the ten years preceding the provision of services.

  • 4 A registered service provider may extend his tender as a service provider for a period of one year.

  • 5 The Agency shall decide within four weeks of receipt of a request as referred to in the third paragraph.


Article 27c

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  • 1 The bureau may request or supply information from a provider to an administrative body to the extent necessary to deal with a complaint made by a customer on the service provider in the context of his provision of services.

  • 2 The office may request information from a provider to the competent authority of another Member State to the extent necessary to deal with a complaint made by a customer concerning the provider of services in the context of his or her own service. provision of services.

  • 3 The Agency shall supply to the competent authority of another State concerned information from a member of the Register, to the extent necessary to deal with a complaint made by a customer concerning such an attached person in the context of his/her provision of services.

Chapter VIIa. Transitional provisions

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Article 28

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  • 1 Without prejudice to the deletion of an entry in the register pursuant to Article 17 the person entered in the register shall remain entered in the register by the Foundation Office of Architects Register.

  • 2 A person whose registration has been removed from the register by the Foundation's Register of Architecture may request the Agency to reverse the cancellation. The request and the treatment thereof shall be Articles 18 to 21 applicable.


Article 29

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  • 3 Without prejudice to the other requirements which must be fulfilled by virtue of this law to be entered on the register at the request of an interior architect, a person may be entered on his application in the register on the basis of another person certificate other than mentioned in Article 12, first paragraph, part a, b or c , if:

    • a. he was trained in the Netherlands at the time referred to in paragraph 1 (a); and

    • (b) that certificate issued on the day preceding the date referred to in paragraph 1 (a), (a), gave the right to tender in the register.


Article 30

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A person who is at the time, intended in Article 28, first paragraph , or thereafter, by Article 29, first paragraph , entered in the register as an architect, urban or garden and landscape architect may make a corresponding application as referred to in Article 12a, second paragraph , if he complies with the requirements laid down pursuant to that paragraph.


Article 31 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

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Article 32 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

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Article 33 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

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Article 34 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

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Article 35 [ Verfalls per 01-01-1998]

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Article 36 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

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Article 37 [ Exchanges per 01-01-1998]

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Article 38 [ Expated per 01-01-1998]

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Article 39 [ Expired by 01-01-1998]

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Article 40 [ Exp. by 01-01-1998]

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Article 41 [ Exp. by 01-01-1998]

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Chapter VIII. Final provisions

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Article 42

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  • 1 This Act shall enter into force on a date to be determined by Royal Decree, except: Article 23 to enter into force five years later.

  • 2 This Act may be cited as Law on the Architectural title.

Burdens and orders that are in the State Sheet will be placed, and that all ministries, authorities, colleges and officials who so concern will keep their hands on the precise execution.

Issued in Gravenhage, 7 July 1987

Beatrix

The Minister for Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment,

E. H. T. M. Nipples

The Minister for Welfare, Health and Culture,

L. C. Brinkman

The Minister for Agriculture and Fisheries,

G. J. M. Braks

The Minister of Education and Science,

W. J. Deetman

The Minister of Justice,

F. Korthals Altes

The Secretary of State for Economic Affairs,

A. J. Evenhouse

Published on the 28th July 1987

The Minister of Justice, a.i.

C. P. van Dijk