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Statutes and governance documents

A P R O V E D :

R E G I S T E R E D :


          at the kick-off inaugural meeting for Patronage

          Association of Consulting Engineers in Moldova

         based on minutes

at the Ministry of Justice of Moldova Republic

nr 5437

          of  “_10th _”  of September  2012

                   on the “_26th__” of October 2012







of Patronage Association of Consulting Engineers in Moldova Republic «ARMIC»








Chisinau, 2012






1.1    The PATRONAGE ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS OF MOLDOVA REPUBLIC, hereinafter referred to as – «Association», is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit professional association, created by free will of associates to jointly implement the scopes set in this bylaw.
1.2    The Association is set-up and operates in compliance with the applicable legislation of Moldova Republic, Law of Patronage No.976-XIV of 11.05.2000 and this Bylaw, being not dependent economically, politically or hierarchically by any other institutions or public authorities.
1.3    The Association shall have a legal status of a: «patronage association». Full name: ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS in MOLDOVA REPUBLIC «ARMIC».
1.4    The Association shall become a legal entity upon registration of this Bylaw at the Ministry of Justice of Moldova Republic and shall have all the rights and obligations attributed by law to such legal entities. The Association will have its own stamp, symbols, financial balance sheets, bank account, in Moldovan lei and foreign currency, tax code and other attributes of a legal entity.
1.5     The Association shall perform its activity throughout the whole Republic within  unlimited time frame, strating with registration date at the Ministry of Justice of Moldova Republic.
1.6     Association headquarters: Republic of Moldova, Chisinau, Bucuriei str.12/A.

2.1.    The Association goals are to contribute to:
●    the development of engineering consulting activity, the protection, promotion and defence of social, economical, technical and legal rights and interests of its associates in relations with state administrative bodies, as well as other bodies and organizations in Moldova Republic and abroad;
●    the development of collaborative relationships with similar foreign organizations from abroad.
2.2.    To implement these goals, the Association will have the following scope of activity:
2.2.1.    Defence and representation of social, economical, technical and legal interests of associates through participation at different negotiations, discussions, structures and institutions, by putting together Moldovan independent consultancy companies into an ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS IN MOLDOVA.
2.2.2.    Promotion of law observance principles and of professional ethical conduct (behaviour) during engineering consultancy activity and in relations between associate members, promotion of fair (loyal) competition rules, which ensure equal chances to everyone.
2.2.3.    Raising the public image of a consulting engineer.
2.2.4.    Promotion of collaborative relations between associate members.
2.2.5.    Promotion and development of engineering consultancy activity.
2.2.6.    Quality promotion during engineering consultancy activity.
2.2.7.    Engagement promotion towards sustainable development of community.
2.2.8.    Achieving authority in the quality of a consulting engineer.
2.2.9.    Providing members with information on:
●    orientation and tendencies of internal and external market;
●    developments of technologies in the field of engineering consultancy, design, construction, use and production of building materials in Republic of Moldova and abroad;
●    legislation, financial and tax policies in the field of engineering consultancy, design, construction, use and production of building materials and other fields;
●    developments and results of scientific researches, of local technical norms and standards, promotion of European standards;
●    theory and practice of management in conditions of market economy.
2.2.10. Exchange of publications and information, of experience and exhibitions-fairs, visits between Association and similar organizations; relationships set between members of Association and third parties on principles of collaboration and cooperation and their specialization on the internal and on the external market.
2.2.11. Atracting capital investments and international cooperation in the field of engineering consultancy, design, construction, use and production of building materials in Republic of Moldova, promotion of consultancy services provided internally and externally, inclusively in cooperation with similar structures from abroad, promotion of export and import of services in this field of activity.
2.2.12. Solidarity promotion among the consulting engineers of associate members in view of consistent and collective participation in economic development of Moldova Republic.
2.2.13. Participation in development and approval of draft laws and regulations, state programmes and policies, which are of interest and/or have an influence on the rights and economic activities of its members.
2.2.14. Promotion of group interests of its members in relations with the Parliament, Government, authorities of justice, and other state administrative bodies.
2.2.15. Arrangements related to conferences, seminars, workshops, exhibitions, competitions and other events of common interest.
2.2.16. Facilitation of some consultancy and expertise services, of training and refresher courses, of legal assistance.
2.2.17. Performance of expertise, survey and design work, making investments and innovations, scientific studies (researches).
2.2.18. Undertaking of actions to promote fair (loyal) competition and to fight against monopolistic tendencies for a better and deeper understanding and trust between partners.
2.2.19. Ensurence of active communication of the Association and its members with mass - media through maintaining relations with all mass-media informative means of communications to increase transparency and public trust (confidence).
2.2.20.Colaboration with other similar local and foreign organizations, affiliation to international federations of consulting engineers, designers, constructors, manufacturers of building materials, so as to jointly support the soft legislative and administrative measures that are of national and international interest for the members of Association.
2.2.21. Undertaking of activities, which are not in conflict with the applicable Moldova legislation and which are based on the provisions of this Bylaw.
2.3.    To achieve its goals, the Association shall be entitled:
●    to represent the interests of its members in relations with public authorities and other organizations;
●    to ensure the protection of rights and interests of its members;
●    to set up its own informative mass-media and to legally use the existing ones;
●    to sign contracts on behalf of its name, to procure and sell assets according to the Bylaw scopes;
●    to participate in national and international competitions so as to obtain social projects and state subsidies, as well as grants and scholarships from other countries, from domestic, foreign and international funding agencies;
●    to provide for its members free of charge services or services at lower rates, which shall be determined by the Executive Committee of Association;
●    to sign bilateral and multilateral agreements on cooperation with individuals and legal entities, so as to implement the goals and scopes set in the Bylaw;
●    to raise enterprises and other organizations with rights of a legal entity;
●    to procure asset complexes, movables and real estate necessary for activity and good operation of Association;
●    to freely disseminate the information about its activity;
●    to obtain from public authorities the necessary information for statutory activities;
●    to take advantage of other rights stated in the applicable legislation or which are implied by this one.
2.4.        Pursuant to art. 188 of the Civil Code, the Association has the right to undertake its economic activities, which directly result from the scopes set in this Bylaw, and to solely implement these scopes.
2.5.         The Association will never support objectives, which are in conflict with the principles and scopes assigned nor would support activities that;
●    are in contradiction with law;
●    have a negative impact on the public image of the Association or its members;
●    are unduly harmful for the interests of third parties and have a negative impact on the relationships with the clients, to whom the services are provided for.


3.1    An associate member of Association may be any legal entity, registered in Moldova Republic, with private, foreign or joint capital, which operates in the field of engineering consultancy and which requested in writing affiliation to Association and whose application was accepted by the General Meeting of Association.
To become an associate member of Association, the applicant must prove that his own Bylaw is consistent with this Bylaw and with the Code of Ethics of Association. In particular:
3.1.1.    Professional Status
While practicing, a consulting engineer must act in favour of legitimate interests of his clients. He must fulfil his task assignments as provided in the Code of Ethics.
3.1.2.    Independence
The recommendations, opinions and findings made by a consulting engineer should in no way be influenced as a result of relationships with other people or organizations.
Strategy and management control of a consulting company, which partially or wholly belongs to entities other than this company, will be legitimately entrusted to that consulting company.
3.1.3.    Competence
A consultant must have the required knowledge and experience necessary to fulfil its mission.
3.1.4.    Inconsistencies
The Association will not admit among its members consulting and/or design companies, which operate as subunits of construction companies or public authorities.
3.1.5.    Members with voting right
Members of association with voting right are those members, who included the consulting activity in their own bylaw, in their scope of activity.
3.1.6.    Members with no voting right
Compliant with this Bylaw, the Association may admit among its members legal entities that undertake activities associated with the engineering consulting activity, being in the quality of:
●    Honorary Members – consulting engineers, individuals, who provided remarkable professional services for Association.
●    Affiliated Members – companies or organizations, which support the objectives of Association.
3.1.7.    Conditions and Procedure of an Associate Membership    A legal entity wishing to be accepted as an associate member of Association shall submit a written application to the Secretariat of Association, together with a copy of its own bylaw and a contract of association – in case of association.    Considering the request, the Executive Committee will present it for debates and approval at the General Meeting.    The request for affiliation will be approved, if 2/3 of the associate members with voting right, attending the General Meeting, are in favour of this.    Membership to Association implies acceptance and observance of Association Bylaw and Code of Ethics for Consulting Engineers by the new member.    Any modifications to the Bylaw of an associate member will be communicated to the Association. The Executive Committee of Association will decide upon consistency of the revised Bylaw with the Association Bylaw and Code of Ethics.    Acceptance of an associate member becomes effective upon fee payment in accordance with the provisions of this Bylaw.
3.2.    Members of Association shall have the following rights:
●    to attend the General Meeting of Association, having direct voting right during adoption of any decision;
●    to elect or to be elected under this Bylaw in the governing bodies of Association;
●    to be competently defended in case of disputes, for which the parties accepted the involvement of Association;
●    to take advantage of the information, available by Association, which is related to trade problems, taxes, customs, legal, technical and management issues and which may affect the engineering consulting services;
●    to receive the publications of Association, payable or free of charge, as appropriate, and to be able to publish herein articles, communications and make advertising;
●    to be advised of how substantiate are the decisions taken by the General Meeting of Association;
●    to receive legal assistance from Association;
●    to take advantage of technical-scientific and documentary assistance for solving challenging problems;
●    to participate in events organized by Association in the country and abroad;
●    to participate in other actions, programmes and measures, promoted by Association.
3.3    Members of Association shall have the following obligations:
●    to follow the provisions of this Bylaw and to execute the decisions taken by the governing bodies of Association;
●    to contribute to promotion and implementation of goals and objectives of Association, to its development and expansion;
●    to accept and to professionally exercise its competencies, for which they were selected;
●    not to involve (engage) the Association in political, illegal actions, of racial character or contrary to the scope, for which the Association was set up;
●    to morally and, if possible, economically support other members of Association, who are in need;
●    to know and execute the Bylaw provisions, the provisions of the Code of Ethics, the decisions and regulations of Association;
●    to protect the Association’s assets and to avoid damages to them;
●    to strive for reputation raise of Association and its members inside the country and abroad;
●    to participate in actions organized by Association;
●    to pay, on a regular basis, the membership fee and to support the Association in various forms, financially or materially.
3.4    Association membership shall cease:
-    in case of withdrawal:
●    at the request through a letter addressed to the Association and registered at its Secretariat, with no conditions for withdrawal;
●    the request for withdrawal will become effective within 6 months from registration date. The applicant shall pay the annual fee for the financial year ending the membership of the associate member.
-     in case of expulsion:   
●    when the Bylaw and the decisions of the General Meeting are not followed or when the annual (subscribed) fees are not paid, for which reasons the associate member will be notified by the Executive Committee of Association;
●    when the actions of the associate member are harmful for the interests of Association or when the associate member does not honour his financial obligations to make payments for Association, despite the notification received from the Executive Committee of Association;
●    when the associate member lost his civil rights.
3.5    Expulsion of members from Association is under the competence of the General Meeting. The decision about expulsion will be taken, if 2/3 of the associate members with voting right, attending the General Meeting, are in favour of expulsion. The Executive Committee of Association may suspend the membership prior to the first General Meeting.


4.1    Governing and control bodies of Association:
●    General Meeting;
●    Executive Committee;
●    The President;
●    The Vice-president;
●    The Censor (Auditor)
4.1.1    General Meeting
●    The General Meeting of Association is the supreme governing body of Association and is formed of empowered delegates of associate members. Thereby:
●    members of the Executive Committee cannot be empowered as delegates;
●    each associate member has the right to empower 2 delegates;
●    only the delegates of associate members have voting right. Each delegate has the right to one single vote, except the case when an associate member is represented only by a single delegate, when he will have the right for 2 votes;
●    an associate member, who has outstanding fee payments for more than one year for Association, will not have a voting right;
●    associate members may delegate their own representatives or may empower representatives from among the people of another associate member. An associate member may have the right to self-represent himself and to still represent one more  associate member;
●    an ordinary General Meeting will be held once a year; it shall be held by the Executive Committee, which will notify all the members of Association about that at least 15 days before the date of General Meeting. The notice about the meeting shall include the agenda, venue, date and time of meeting. The information about the meeting of the Supreme Body will be separately communicated to each member or will be published through periodical publications mentioned in the Association Bylaw.
●    Extraordinary General Meetings may be held either at the initiative of the President or Executive Committee or at the request of at least 1/5 of associate members submitted in writing to the Executive Committee;
●    date and venue of each ordinary General Meeting shall be decided by the Executive Committee and communicated to associate members beforehand;
●    the General Meeting shall be presided by the President of Association or by a member of Executive Committee;
●    the course of General Meeting shall be recorded in a minutes signed by the Secretary and countersigned by the President
●    at the proposal of Executive Committee, the General Meeting may be attended by observers, people outside the Association;
●    the General Meeting is deliberative if it is attended at least by half of its associate members;
●    the General Meeting shall adopt resolutions by a simple majority of associate members with voting right. In case of an equal number of votes, the decision shall be taken in consultation with the Executive Committee.
4.1.2 General Meeting Credentials
-    The General Meeting shall have the following credentials:
●    it shall decide upon the component number of  the Executive Committee;
●    it shall elect and dismiss the members of Executive Committee, the President and the Vice-president;
●    it shall approve the Bylaw, the changes and amendments to it, determine the approach and strategy of Executive Committee with regards to the future activity of Association;
●    it shall elect and dismiss the Censor;
●    it shall approve the requests of affiliation to Association;
●    it shall approve the requests of withdrawal from Association;
●    it shall approve the proposals of expulsion of associate members;
●    it shall decide upon contested resolutions of the Executive Committee;
●    it shall approve the General Meeting documents: Annual Activity Report, Censor’s Report and Annual Financial Report;
●    it shall adopt the budget revenues and expenses and determine the fee rate to be paid by associate members;
●    it shall approve the salaries, allowances and other preferential payments for employees;
●    it shall present for debates and shall approve the Executive Committee’s and Censor’s Reports;
●    it shall approve the investment and credit limits, which can be contracted by Aassociation;
●    it shall approve the request for affiliation and shall ratify the affiliation to similar local or international federations or confederations;
●    it shall decide upon winding up (liquidation) of Association and appoint the liquidators.
●    Other credentials that are implied by this Bylaw and are not under exclusive competences of other bodies of Association;
4.1.3   Default Resolutions by Correspondence
●    associate members may adopt by correspondence a motion made by Executive Committee;
●    default resolutions by correspondence shall be adopted by simple majority of associate members with voting right, who gave their vote.
4.1.4     Association Executive Committee     The Executive Committee is the permanent governing body of Association and consists of the President, Vice-president and members. The Executive Committee shall consist of an odd number of members. The component number of Executive Committee shall be determined according to provisions of article 4.1.2;     Each member of Executive Committee must belong to an associate member. Associate members may not have more than 1 (one) representative in the Executive Committee. Members of Executive Committee cannot be considered as representatives of the appropriate associate members, their activity and decisions being in favour of all the Association;     The members of Executive Committee shall be elected by the General Meeting for a 4 year period with the possibility to be re-elected as a President or Vice-president. After the expiry of these 4 years, a member of the Executive Committee may be again re-elected by the General Meeting for a second period, except the cases when apply some provisions (of para;    In the event that a member of the Executive Committee cannot execute, for any reasons, his mandate up to the end, the Executive Committee may coopt a replacement, who will become a member of Executive Committee until the next elections;    Annual activity period of a member of Executive Committee is considered to be the period between 2 Ordinary General Meetings;    The President and Vice-president shall be elected by the Executive Committee from its members and shall be approved by the General Meeting;    The President shall perform its activity during a 4 year period, after which he cannot be elected any more as a member of Executive Committee. At the end of the President’s mandate, the Vice-president shall automatically become the President, and the Executive Committee shall have to elect a new Vice-president. Taking over the President position by the Vice-president shall take place at the mid-term mandate of the members of Executive Committee. To ensure continuity of Association during inaugural period and to develop the institutional and legislative framework, the President and Vice-president elected at the kick-off  inaugural General Meeting shall perform their activity for a period of one and a half mandate;     If the President or Vice-president has no possibility, for any reasons, to continue its activity up to the end of mandate stated in the Bylaw, the Executive Committee shall elect a replacement from its members, in a shortest possible time. The newly elected replacement shall perform its activity until the next General Meeting and can be nominated by the Executive Committee and confirmed by the General Meeting for the current and the next mandate, if he is available and accepts the position;    The Executive Committee shall delegate one of its members as a manager of Association property;    The Executive Committee shall appoint one of its members as a Treasurer of Association;    The authority to sign on behalf of Association rests with the President, Vice-president, Treasurer or any other person entitled by the President in writing;    The Executive Committee shall arrange the current activity through committees by specialties;    On strategy issues, the Executive Committee shall seek to the advice of Ex-Presidents Panel;    The Executive Committee shall adopt its resolutions with majority of votes. In case of equal number of votes, the decision shall rest with the President.
4.1.5.    Task Assignments of Executive Committee
The Executive Committee shall guarantee an operative management of Association and shall be responsible for all the Association matters, except those matters mentioned in this Bylaw as being under competence of the General Meeting;
The Executive Committee shall have the following responsibilities:
●    enforcement of the General Meeting decisions and submittal of the Annual Report  regarding its activity;
●    management of Association funds and assets, preparation and submittal of the Annual Financial Report for approval by the General Meeting;
●    wording proposals for modifications to companies’ Bylaw and method statements and their submittal for approval to the General Meeting;
●    appointment of Editorial Board for its own publications;
●    determination of services and publications provided for Association members free of charge or at a lower rate;
●    approval of tariff rates for its own services  and publications;
●    approval of decisions regarding the Special Funds;
●    approval of Association staff structure, way of employment, salary levels;
●    approval of decisions regarding the procurement and alienation of assets;
●    responsibility for its activity to the General Meeting.
4.1.6.    Executive Committee Competences
The Executive Committee shall present its resolutions to associate members, who have the right:
●    to contest these resolutions in writing, stating the reasons for that contest;
●    to appeal to the General Meeting, if, after the contest, the Executive Committee maintains its point of view.
In case of appeal to the General Meeting, the resolution shall be adopted only if the majority of associate members’ delegates with voting right, who attend the meeting, vote in favour of this resolution.
4.1.7.    Disputes
Any professional dispute between associate members or between associate members and affiliated members may be presented to the Executive Committee to have his opinion.
4.1.8.    Secretariat
The Executive Committee shall engage a person for secretarial activity;
The Secretariat task assignments and responsibilities shall be determined by the Executive Committee. It shall be responsible to the Executive Committee for fulfilment of instructions received.
4.1.9.    Censor
The General Meeting shall engage a Censor for a 4 year period. The Censor shall check the Association Annual Financial Report and shall submit to the General Meeting the Annual Report in writing with the conclusions made after verification. The activity period of a Censor shall correspond with the activity period of Executive Committee members.


5.1. The Association assets shall be used solely for the scopes stated in the Bylaw.
5.2. The Association assets shall be formed of:
●    membership fees: accession -2000 lei, annual – 7500 lei;
●    voluntary sponsorships and donations, made by local or foreign individuals and legal entities;
●    state subsidies, revenues from securities, money deposits;
●    income from its own economic activity;
●    revenues of trade companies set up with participation of Association;
●    revenues from property use or alienation;
●    other sources, which are not prohibited by law.
5.3. The Association may have in its possession buildings, structures, equipment, vehicles and other assets, necessary to achieve, during its activity, the goals stated in the Bylaw.
5.4. Donations to the Association may be in the form of movables or real estate, copyrights, shares, etc.
5.5. All the assets belonging to Association, as well as benefit from economic activity, shall be used for the scopes stated in the Bylaw and cannot be shared between its members.
5.6. The assets transmitted to the Association by its members in the form of membership fees and donations cannot be revoked and shall be the ownership of Association.


6.1. The Association shall perform its economic-financial activity based on its own budget revenues and expenses, annually approved by the General Meeting of Association;
6.2. Every financial year starts on the 1st of January and ends on the 31st of December;
6.3. The annual fee rate, due to be paid by associate members, shall be determined by the General Meeting. The Effective Date for this fee is the 1st of January of the current year and it can be paid in 4 equal quarterly instalments.
The instalments shall be paid suring the first month of each quarter.
6.4. Each new associate member shall pay, upon acceptance to the Association, the proportional fee share for the remaining period until the end of the year;
6.5. Honorary members are not due to pay membership fees.


7.1. The Financial Report with the main parameters shall be prepared according to the applicable legislation. At the end of the financial year, the President shall present to the Board of Directors a Report on the Financial Status of Association, which should be confirmed by the Censor.
7.2. The Financial Report of Association shall be prepared based on annual results and shall include:
●    a brief description of the Association activity results during the reporting period;
●    cash balance at the beginning of the reporting period;
●    total revenues for each source of Association
●    expenses for each direction of activity performed, showing the expenditures for remuneration, deductions, taxes and other administrative expenses; the cash balance at the end of the reporting period.
The Financial Report shall be made available to all the Association members at the General Meeting.
The Financial Report shall be kept available at the Association, shall be accessible by anyone and shall be published in mass-media, if possible.
All the individuals and legal entities shall be guaranteed free access to financial parameters of Association.


In case of Association insolvability, the financial contribution necessary to cover its obligations shall be determined for each associate member proportionally to the annual fee.


Any change to this Bylaw may be performed, if 3/4 of the associate members with voting right, attending the General Meeting, are in favour of such changes.


10.1. Winding-up and liquidation of Association may be proposed by the Executive Committee or at least by 2/3 of associate members;
10.2. To adopt a decision upon winding-up and liquidation of Association, it is necessary that at least 3/4 of representatives of associate members with voting right, attending the General Meeting, are in favour of this winding-up and liquidation decision;
10.3. In case of adoption of a winding-up decision, the responsibility of liquidation rests with the last Executive Committee or with a Liquidation Committee appointed by the General Meeting;
10.4. In case of Association liquidation, the payments will be made in the following priority order:
●    current administrative expenditures of Association;
●    expenditures associated with Association liquidation;
●    other expenses that may be required.
10.5. The General Meeting will be in charge of all the assets and liquidities, remained after fulfilment of all the Association obligations related to liquidation. These assets and liquidities shall be returned back to associate members proportionally to their average fee payments during the last 4 years.


11.1. Official Language
The Association Bylaw is written in Romanian;
Association correspondence and publications, as well as communications between Association members shall be also in Romanian;
11.2. Applicable Law
All the provisions of this Bylaw must be read and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Moldova Republic.
11.3. Definition
The notion „consultant” or „consultants” used throughout this Bylaw shall be interpreted as associate members representing companies or individual consulting engineers.
11.4. Association Logo
The Association logo is represented by the Association initials „ARMIC” inserted inside of two arcs of a circle of 3.5 cm diameter.

1)Representative of “SIMBO-PROIECT” SRL
Simion Bogza                                                            
2)Representative of “GIPROSTROIMOST-M” SRL
Sergiu Borozan                                                          
3)Representative of “ASTRAL-PROIECT” SRL
Sergiu Bejan                                                           
4)Representative of “INJPROIECT” SRL
Alexandru Cecan                                                       
5)Representative of “CORTAC-PROIECT” SRL
Vasile Cortac                                                            
6)Representative of “PROIECTTRANSPRIM” SRL
Vasile Ghiaur                                                           
7)Representative of “INTEXNAUCA” SRL
Vasile Lujanschi                                                        
Grigore Popa                                                     
9)Representative of “UNIVERSINJ” SRL
Valeriu Severin      




The Moldovian Association of Consulting Engineers recognises that the work of the engineering profession is critical to the achievement of sustainable development of society and the environment.

To be fully effective not only must engineers constantly improve their knowledge and skills, but also society must respect the integrity and trust the judgment of members of profession and remunerate them fairly.

All Member Associations of AMIC subscribe to and believe that the following principles are fundamental to the behavior of their members if society is to have that necessary confidence in its professional advisors.

The consulting engineer shall :
1. Accept the responsibility of the profession to Society and the Profession.
2. Seek solutions that are compatible with the principles of sustainable development.
3. At all times uphold the dignity, standing and reputation of the profession.
4. Maintain knowledge and skills at levels consistent with development in technology, legislation and management, and apply due skill, care and diligence in the services rendered to the client.
5. Refrain from performing any services unless competent to perform them.
6. Act at all times in the legitimate interest of the client and perform professional services with integrity and faithfulness.
7. Be impartial in the provision of professional advice, judgment or decision.
8. Inform the client of any potential conflict of interest that might arise in the performance of the commission.
9. Not accept remuneration which prejudices independent judgment.
Fairness to Others
10. Promote the concept of “selection by ability”.
11. Neither carelessly nor intentionally do anything to injure the reputation of business of others.
12. Neither directly nor indirectly attempt to take the place of another consulting engineer, who is already appointed for a specific work.
13. Not take over the work of another consulting engineer before notifying the consulting engineer in question, and without being advised by the client of the termination of the prior appointment for that work.
14. In the event of being asked to review the work of another, behave in accord with appropriate professional conduct and courtesy.
Preventing corruption
15. Neither offer nor accept renumeration of any kind which in perception od in effect either :
  ● seeks to influence the process of selection or compensation of consulting engineers and/or their clients or
  ● seeks to affect the consulting engineer's impartial judgement
16. Co-operate fuly with any legitimately constituted investigative body which makes inquiry into the administration of any contract for services or construction.

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