Architects Acts

Legislation has been enacted in each state and territory to protect the title ' architect A person who is registered with the relevant Architects Registration Board (or equivalent) in their state or territory. View full glossary ' and to provide a framework for practicing architects. To practice in a particular place an architect must be registered in the relevant state or territory. This is of particular importance as the requirements for registration vary from one state or territory to another. Each jurisdiction has its own Architects Act and Architects Regulations. Codes of Conduct (or Codes of Practice) have been adopted in New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Victoria (refer to your relevant Board). For current Regulations in each jurisdiction, please refer to the respective online legislation databases. For Architects Acts and registration information, refer to the relevant state or territory links provided below.