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The Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC) is an independent, professional self-regulatory body established in 1920 by provincial statute – the Architects Act. It is the AIBC’s mandate to regulate the profession of architecture within the province in the public interest. To meet this responsibility, the AIBC has established a process to receive and investigate complaints and, when necessary, to hold a formal Disciplinary Inquiry into a member’s alleged unprofessional conduct.

The AIBC also strives to ensure that both the complainants and those architects being investigated are treated with respect and fairness throughout the course of a complaint.

The AIBC’s professional conduct process is designed to protect the parties’ right to a full and impartial review, to incorporate principles of natural justice, and to provide opportunities to settle complaints through negotiation and mediation where possible.

The AIBC is governed by a council of 10 elected architects, four persons appointed by the provincial government, and one appointee from within the faculty of the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

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Please note that the information below is general and may not apply specifically to the AIBC’s complaint, consensual resolution or disciplinary processes. Please contact the AIBC if you require specific information.

Algebraic and Coalgebraic Methods in the Mathematics of Program Construction: International Summer School and Workshop, Oxford, UK, April 10-14, 2000, ... Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
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