“It is better to change an opinion than to persist in a wrong one”


In March 2020, the Supreme Court of India delivered a judgment in an appeal regarding the practice of Architecture by non-architects. It made note of the fact that it is not correct to say that anyone can practice as an Architect even if he is not registered under the Architects Act, 1972. It further clarified that the law prohibits a person from using the title and style of “Architect”, if one is not qualified and registered under the Architects Act, 1972 with the Council of Architecture, but, there is no prohibition from carrying out work of construction and…

Original Text by Ar Sahil Tanveer
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