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To provide architectural services a person (architect) or a business (architectural business) must be registered in South Australia.
All practising architects/businesses must maintain professional indemnity insurance. The Board may exempt an architect from the requirement for professional indemnity insurance. In this case, the architect is 'non-practising', which means they may not be involved in the provision of any services, or undertake any employment, or perform any role, for fee or reward, in connection with architectural practice. 'Non-practising' architects may be retired, on extended leave, unemployed, or are practising overseas/interstate.
Limited Registration (denoted by the prefix 'L' before their registration number) means a person is registered as an architect, but has conditions placed on their registration limiting their practice in South Australia.
Automatic Mutual Recognition comes in to effect on 1 July 2022 in South Australia. From that date, architects with the prefix 'S' are registered under the 'deeming' provisions that apply for that scheme. Their 'home' jurisdiction is in another state or territory of Australia participating in the Automatic Mutual Recognition scheme.
In January 2023 the South Australian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (SACAT) handed down its determination on the Board's complaint against an architect (APBSA v Chwalisz). A copy of this determination can be accessed at the following link - https://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdoc/au/cases/sa/SACAT/2023/7.html?
An architect with the prefix 'D' has been found guilty of unprofessional conduct and has conditions on their registration. Please contact us for further information.
You searched for: 3545
|Reg. No.||Reg. Type||Surname||Given Names||Company Name|
|3545||Company||Cavuoto||Adam||Think Architects Pty Ltd|