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Posted by  Donald on January 14, 2004 at 11:17:47:

In Reply to:  Re: Don't anti-trust litigation against NCARB posted by Helmut on January 14, 2004 at 06:01:50:

You have a point regarding the process we have to go by, but simply put, those are the rules, and yes we don't "Depend" on ncarb to practice architecture, we depend on the system they have set up for ALL architects to follow, like it or not.

In reply to any of the ncarb disgruntled architects:
To round out your view of the liscensing requirements governing the practice of architecture, you should secure the name and address of the liscencing agency in your state and write for a copy of the rules and regulations pertaining to the examination for and regulations of the practice of architecture. The name and address of the agency may be secured from the office of the city clerk in the town or the county clerk of the county you may wish to practice. OR you can write directly to NCARB, asking for the name and address of the liscensing agency in that state. Liscensing regulations of this sort are often written in legal styles and may, at first, be difficult to READ and Understand. You may have to seek a counselor that can be of assistance in pinpointing those parts of the regulations that you simply don't understand or that will be of greatest interest to you at this point in your career.

I'm sorry some find themselves at a point where the costs are prohibiting acheiving ones goals in practicing in other states. We don't write the rules, nor do I think any agency will review thousands of samples of work to judge ones practice or abilities by as a solution to the problem. Did you do the work? Who knows? I would hope so...enough said.

 
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