THE BOARD OF ARCHITECTS OF QUEENSLAND
The Board of Architects of Queensland is a statutory authority
established under the Architects Act 2002.
The Architects Act 2002 provides for the registration of appropriately
qualified persons as architects.
The Board has powers to investigate complaints made about registered
architects in specified circumstances and lay charges if necessary
before the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT).
The Architects Act 2002 also gives the Board powers to prosecute persons
who use the title "architect" or "registered architect" or who hold out
that they are architects when they are not registered as such.The
Architects Act 2002 provides severe penalties for "holding out"
The full text of the Architects Act 2002 and the regulations under that
Act may be found on the Queensland Government's legislation