An engineer is being pressured by her client (a real estate developer) to certify a building as ready for occupancy .

Which issue should the engineer consider first and foremost?
Delivery of prompt and professional services to the engineer's client. The need for compensation of contractors who will only be paid upon certification. Whether the building is safe for occupancy by the public. All of the above are equally important issues.

Who sets the ethical standards which professionals are bound by?

Professional regulatory bodies adopt codes of ethics or codes of professional practice to be followed. Every professional is guided by their own concept of morality. Professional associations publish guidelines to be followed. The body of case law generated through hundreds of years of court cases defines the appropriate course of action for ethical dilemmas.

Which of the following statements regarding penalties is true when a professional commits a single wrongful act?
Once disciplined by a professional regulatory body the professional is immune from civil suit and criminal prosecution in relation to the same act.

The professional may be subject to civil and professional disciplinary action, but cannot be prosecuted criminally for acts done in the role of professional. The professional may be subject to criminal, civil, and professional disciplinary action. If charged with a criminal offence, a professional is immune from regulatory discipline in relation to the same act.

What is the standard of proof for professional misconduct?

More certain than a balance of probabilities, but less certain than beyond a reasonable doubt. Beyond a reasonable doubt. Absolute certainty. Balance of probabilities (more likely than not).

Which of the following is generally true regarding the relationship between insurance coverage and alleged professional misconduct?
Insurance generally covers the cost of legal counsel for defending all allegations of professional misconduct. Insurance only applies after a finding of misconduct and therefore never covers the cost of defending allegations. The costs of legal counsel for defending allegations that relate to intentional behaviour such as fraud are generally not covered, but the costs of defending allegations in relation to unintentional acts such as negligence are generally covered. All of the above are false.

A geoscientist has access to data regarding gold deposits, and shares that information with a friend who trades mining stocks. Which duty has the geoscientist breached?
Duty to uphold the integrity of the profession. Duty of loyalty owed to the client. Duty of confidentiality owed to the client. All of the above.

and discovers that the landowner is an acquaintance he attended elementary school with. and one of the contractors is the engineer's brother. Which of the following statements is false regarding the obligations of a professional asked to provide expert witness opinion evidence in a court case involving allegations of professional incompetence. The role of the expert is to assist the court in understanding technical matters. An engineer is asked to rate the relative competence of two bidding contractors. Which of the following would not be a conflict of interest? The City seeks an opinion from an engineer on the best route for a new highway. The engineer should raise the concerns with the contractor. the witness may consider the interests of the party that hired him or her when formulating the opinion evidence to be given. Which of the following best describes the appropriate course of action? Work methods of the contractor are the responsibility of the contractor and the engineer should not interfere. The engineer should insist that the contractor change the work methods under threat of refusal to certify work for payment.An engineer is concerned about the safety of work methods used be a contractor. Experts may be compensated for providing opinion evidence in court. A geoscientist arrives at a project site to perform soils testing for the purpose of assessing foundation type. but leave the ultimate decision regarding work methods to the contractor. All of the above involve conflicts of interest. . Experts may rely on assumptions when providing opinion evidence. and one of the two main options would result in a noisy road passing close by the engineer's residence. The engineer should warn the contractor that the work method is considered unsafe and notify the appropriate occupational health and safety regulatory office of the work methods being used. Because civil litigation is an adversarial process.

Which of the following would be a breach of the duty of loyalty by a mechanical engineer who works for a company that does only air conditioning system design? Assisting a friend who is a bicycle shop manager install an extractor fan in a bicycle workshop. Clearly set out in the report the information on which the opinion is based. . What penalties may a professional face for failing to report known misconduct of another professional? Fine. Which of the following statements is true? Bid shopping is unethical and victims have a clear legal remedy. and / or expulsion. None of the above would be a breach of the duty of loyalty. Refuse to provide the opinion unless complete information is provided. An engineer is asked to provide a written opinion on the adequacy of the design of another engineer for the purposes of a court case. Provide the opinion on the information given without any written or verbal expression of concern regarding the sufficiency of the information provided. temporary suspension. and state that the opinion may change if the assumptions made or information relied on are inaccurate. None if the professional is not personally involved in the "known misconduct". Advising an acquaintance who is a bicycle shop manager as to the type of extractor fan that might be suitable for the bicycle workshop. but explain to the lawyer the opinion is provided to that there are concerns regarding the sufficiency of the information provided. Fine and / or temporary suspension. Working in a bicycle repair shop on the weekends. but is concerned that insufficient information has been provided. Fine only. state all assumptions underlying the opinion. What is the minimum precaution the engineer should take? Provide the opinion without expressing concern in the written report.

but not necessarily illegal. Certifying progress payments. Fraud. Negligence. Negligent misrepresentation. If toxic contamination migrates onto your property from a neighbouring property. . Which of the following is not a typical task for an architect of record on a construction project? Evaluating delay claims. Breach of contract.Bid shopping is unethical. Bid shopping is rarely practiced. Fletcher. Issuing certificates of completion. which of the following will not generally be a cause of action you would have? Nuisance. Rylands v. Approving the construction technique of the main contractor. The corporation who commissioned the prospectus does not sue. None of the above. Breach of contract. There is a mistake in the prospectus and a private investor sues the geoscientist. A geoscientist prepares a prospectus. Which cause of action should the geoscientist be least concerned about? Innocent misrepresentation.

When the contractor declares that the work is finished and ready for inspection. A project has been fully designed with drawings and specifications prepared. A change order that increases the contract sum is called an extra. When the contractor has completed the work. Because contracts are carefully drafted. The owner is prepared to pay the architect to closely oversee the construction. When the contractor is actually proceeding with the work. Design errors or oversights are a common cause of change orders. . The owner is on a tight budget and wants the project built for the lowest price possible. Which of the following is generally false in relation to a bidder who submits a bid in a tender process? The bidder will be obliged to enter into Contract B if the owner accepts the bid.Which is not a correct statement regarding change orders? A change order that decreases the contract sum is called a credit. What type of delivery system is most appropriate for this situation? Invitation to tender. but before the certificate of completion is issued. Request for qualifications Request for quotation. change orders rarely occur except on large projects. At what stage should the contract administrator conduct field reviews? As the contractor is preparing to begin work. Request for standing offer.

All of the above. Which of the following is false regarding subrogation? The rights the insurer receives are no greater than the rights the insured had to give. . Which of the following is an effective means for an engineer to ensure her design meets the standard of a reasonable engineer? Evaluation of the design against checklists produced by the relevant professional association.The bidder must negotiate with the owner if the owner so requests. Peer review of the design. Insurance coverage may be lost if subrogation rights are compromised. Not all contracts give the insurer a right of subrogation. Insurance is always readily available. Following well designed procedures when performing the design. Which of the following is false regarding insurance? Insurance saves the cost of having to defend frivolous claims. The bidder is owed a duty of fairness when the bid is evaluated. It is advisable to have insurance. except that extremely large companies may have sufficient assets to self insure. Not having insurance may result in bankruptcy if a large claim is brought. Subrogation rights are effective against named insureds. The bidder cannot revoke the bid.

After compensating the owner for the default of the bidder. A claim by the owner for negligent design that resulted in mould. The employer offering pay increases. The liability of the bidder to the owner may be limited by the terms of the bid bond. A claim by the owner because the drawings were delivered late. Which of the following relationships is governed by labour law? Employer-employee. Which of the following is false regarding bid bonds? If a bid bond is in place. the owner may have fewer remedies against a defaulting bidder than if there had been no bid bond. Union-management. A claim by the owner for negligent design that resulted in water ingress. The employer posting notices discrediting the union. the surety will be able to recover against the bidder. Having a surety provide a bond is the only way for a bidder to provide a bid bond.Which of the following would normally be covered by a consultant's errors and omissions insurance policy? A claim by the owner because a negligently designed wall fell down and damaged other property. . Which of the following may be an unfair labour practice at the time a union is seeking certification? The employer laying off workers. Employee-construction contractor. All of the above.

Which of the following is least likely to occur in a contract between a municipality and a large construction consortium? .All of the above. The right to restrict who can re-sell the book. Which is not a prohibited ground of discrimination? Sex. Which of the following most accurately states the duty of the governments in Canada to consult with Aboriginal people? All aboriginal people who will be affected by the project and who have a proven claim against the land affected by the project. All aboriginal people who will be affected by the project. All aboriginal people. The right to publish the book. Race. Aboriginal people who have filed an objection to the project. Which of the following rights does the copyright holder not hold in relation to a book? Right to make copies of the book. Religion. Education. Right to create a direct translation of the book.

.Unconscionability. Amendment of the contract. The time for completion. A private road to a ranch. Which of the following is not suited to the design-build-operatefinance model of project delivery? A public transport network. The contract sum. Unforeseen conditions. Which of the following is not likely a fundamental term of a construction contract? The order in which the work will be done. Indemnities. Who name of the party required to perform the work. A toll road. Mistake. A public swimming pool. Incapacity of the parties. Misrepresentation. Which of the following is not a common issue in construction contacts? Change orders.

Yes. No. which of the following would likely be a fundamental breach of a contract to build a house? The owner failing to specify the colour of paint for the living room until a week past the date for doing so. A reasonably experienced driver would have been able to tell the brakes were faulty by driving the car. copies of construction drawings to the contractor. a seller has no right to assume that the buyer is knowledgeable about cars. Can X sue Y for misrepresentation? Yes. The owner providing only 3. Failure by the contractor to remove all unused building materials from the site. A did not ask B any questions and so B was not under a duty to disclose information regarding patent defects. The plaintiff has insurance for the type of loss suffered. instead of 4. Under which tort may a car manufacturer be liable for injury resulting from defective seatbelts? Breach of fiduciary duty. The plaintiff expected that the loss would occur. a seller of a car has a duty to disclose all faults to a prospective purchaser. Which of the following would be a complete defence to a claim of negligence? The harm would have occurred regardless of the defendant's acts. . B had an obligation to disclose the fault. X later finds out that the brakes are faulty. Failure by the contractor to install essential reinforcement in the concrete of the foundations. Yes. X purchased a car from Y without asking any questions about its condition. because brakes determine the safety of the car.Assuming it is the only breach of contract that occurred. The plaintiff was partly responsible for the harm they suffered.

Breach of duty to warn. A contractor. Nuisance. Litigation often takes a heavy emotional toll on the parties. Which of the following is false regarding litigation? The details of the dispute can be kept private. Disputes normally take a long time to get resolved. Which documents can be used to prove delay? As-built schedule. An architect.Fraud. A subcontractor to the prime contractor. which of the following will not have a claim of lien? A subcontractor to the architect. Correspondence with dates. All of the above. Litigation is expensive because lawyers are generally required. Photographs with dates. Generally. .

Which of the following is usually an implied term of an employment contract? Salary. The regulatory bodies of self regulated professions determine who has the right to use professional titles associated with that profession. Length of notice of termination. . They coordinate and foster mutual recognition among regulatory bodies and encourage commonality of operations. Professional regulatory bodies ensure that unregistered persons do not practice the regulated profession. They are voluntary associations that aim to provide professionals with networking opportunities. The right of professions to govern themselves is conferred by federal statute. Length of vacation. What are the primary purposes of national organizations such as Engineers Canada (formerly the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers). Anyone working in the engineering industry may use that title. and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada? They represent the professions when complaints are made against individual professionals by members of the public. Which of the following best describes who may use the title "Professional Engineer"? Persons who have successfully completed the requirements of an engineer in training program. Which of the following statements regarding regulation of professions in Canada is false? Most professions in Canada are self regulated. The are professional regulatory bodies that regulate professionals in Canada. Number of sick days per year. the Canadian Council of Professional Geoscientists.

Exclusions protect the right of professionals to refuse to perform certain types of work. all definitions of the scope of practice are specified precisely and without ambiguity. are required to be registered. Which of the following statements regarding scope of practice of a profession is false? The scope of professional practice is defined keeping in mind overarching goal of regulation of professions. Exclusions are required to ensure that professionals in neighbouring and overlapping professions are not in breach of statute of for merely practicing the profession they are registered to practice. Registration in multiple jurisdictions may be facilitated by reciprocity agreements between regulatory bodies. Why do the definitions for the scope of professional practice often contain exclusions? Given the limited number of qualified professionals there would not be sufficient professional manpower to complete the work required if the definition was broad and did not contain exclusions. Ambiguity in the definition of the scope of practice is resolved by considering the facts of individual cases and keeping in mind the intent and purpose of the governing legislation. Only individuals. and never the corporations that employ them. . Most regulatory bodies have an examination as part of the registration process. Which of the following statements regarding professional registration is false? Registration must be done in each jurisdiction in which the individual wishes to practice. To protect the integrity of the professions. Professional liability insurers are not prepared to insure broad categories of work. Definitions of the scope of practice can be either specific or generic. Graduates of a Bachelor of Science Engineering program from an accredited University.Persons who work in the engineering industry and are paid up members of Engineers Canada (formerly the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers). which is to protect the public.

An assurance that the professional's fee will not exceed the amount quoted at the start of the project. there will be no consequences. A breach of a code of ethics may also be a breach of a legal duty and so the breaching professional may face civil liability in addition to disciplinary action. The professional will be subject to disciplinary action by the regulatory body. Which best describes the possible consequences of a breach of a binding code of ethics? Unless the professional is sued by party who has suffered from the wrong.Which of the following statements regarding use of professional seals is false? Professionals should not give their seal for others to use on their behalf. but will be protected from civil liability. Which of the following is the best definition of a conflict of interest? The temptation to cut costs for the benefit of the client even though public . Only the most egregious breaches of professional ethics result in disciplinary action. A letter by a professional stating that that work has been done in accordance with the plans or specifications. Using a professional seal means that the professional has personally prepared or supervised the preparation of the documents. What is a letter of assurance? An assurance that a project will be completed on time. Improper use of a professional seal is a disciplinary offence. Most regulatory authorities have guidelines for the use of seals. An assurance that a project will be constructed within budget.

Which of the following duties requires professionals to report the misconduct of fellow professionals? Duty to the profession. Which of the following regarding the relationship between unethical and criminal conduct is true? Unethical conduct is normally also criminal in nature. All of the above are false. . A situation where the professional's duties to the public. Duty to the public. Criminal conduct related to professional duties is generally also unethical. Duty to him or her self. Duty to the employer. The reluctance of a professional to expend sufficient hours on a task when the budget has been exhausted and the client is not willing to pay additional fees. or him or her self point to different courses of action in a particular situation. the employer. The temptation to approve slightly defective work to appease a contractor the professional is friends with. Conduct may be criminal or unethical. but the same act cannot be both criminal and unethical. Notify his or her insurer. the client. Notify his or her client. Attempt to remedy the mistake as quickly as possible. What steps should a professional take when accused of negligent and/or unethical conduct? Apologize for the error and offer compensation in might be compromised. the profession.

Standard of perfection. the developer. Warn his or her insurer of the risk of a lawsuit. Consider disclosing the conflicting interest to the client with a view to discussing whether the client is prepared for the professional to continue acting in the circumstances. Which of the following statements most accurately describes the standard of care expected of professionals? Correct more often than not. Standard of the average professional in the field. Duty to the public. and suspects that the housing market might decline such that his client. Duty to the employer. Duty to the client. and asks whether the developer would like to consider design modifications to reduce construction costs.Which of the following duties ranks highest? Duty to the profession. . Standard of a reasonable person. Proceed and try not to be influenced by the conflicting interest. may struggle to cover the costs of the housing development. Which of the following courses of action are appropriate? The architect mentions the concern to his client. the developer. An architect knows the construction budget for a housing development. What first steps should a professional take when faced with a conflict of interest involving the duty of loyalty to the client? Withdraw from the project.

What should the engineer do? Decline to act for the developer in any circumstances in light of the nature of the initial offer. None of the above are appropriate. An environmental engineer is asked by a developer to write a report to be submitted for environmental approval of a development. Acknowledge that the design was impractical and approve the extra.With a view to reporting back to the client. . What remedy might an employer have against an employee who sets up a competing business? The employer may be entitled to terminate the employee. The employer may be able to sue the employee for profits lost by the employer due to competition by the employee. What should the architect do? Seek legal advice. Accept possible payment by way of a unit in the development. Deny the extra and maintain that the design was adequate. Approve payment of 50% of the extra if the architect is unsure whether the design was adequate. but warn the developer that the report will be objective and impartial even if that results in no compensation for the engineer. The architect warns a contractor friend of his who is considering bidding on the project that the owner may have trouble paying the construction costs. and is told that payment will be made by way of a unit in the development if the development gets environmental approval. A contractor makes a claim for extra costs incurred due to an impractical design by the architect who is the principal agent and arbiter of claims for extras. the architect mentions the construction budget to a financial analyst friend of his and asks whether the analyst thinks that the project is financially risky. Accept possible payment by way of a unit in the development. Profit earned by the employee may be ordered handed over the employer. Any of the above may apply.

Soil sampling to check for contamination. A director of the company that owns the contaminated property. Which course of action should a professional not follow when an owner insists that the professional accept a risk that the professional is not comfortable accepting? Accept the risk if it seems unlikely to materialize. All of the above are acceptable. or decline to provide the report. Property title searches. Which of the following is generally not part of a phase 1 environmental site assessment? Review of information held by regulatory authorities. Gathering of information from former owners. Obtain insurance to cover that risk before agreeing to enter into the contract. The prior owner of the land. Which of the following corporate wrongs would the directors of the corporation not likely be personally liable for? .Insist on payment not dependant on environmental approval being granted. Shareholders of the company that polluted the property. Refuse to enter the contract. Who of the following would not be personally liable for the costs of environmental cleanup? The owner of the land.

The invitation allows the buyer to allocate risk to the seller. The invitation sets out the criteria by which bids will be evaluated. Corporate failure to remit income tax. Which of the following accurately describes when performance specifications will be used? The owner wants to control the design of the project. Invitations often contain privilege clauses. The contractor has highly specialized design expertise. Corporate failure to pay for office supplies. The owner wants flexibility to change the design while the project proceeds. Which of the following is generally not a task of the contract administrator / owner's consultant? Conducting field reviews. Acting as the first interpreter of the contract documents. Which of the following statements is false regarding invitations for tenders for private projects? The invitation is always required to include statutorily defined rules for rejecting bids. None of the above. Corporate breach of construction lien legislation. Review of shop drawings.Corporate failure to pay wages. . All of the above are tasks that may be completed by the owner's consultant.

Which of the following will not likely lead to a conflict between the insurer and the insured? A strong claim is made and the value of the claim is within the coverage limit. A strong claim is made that exceeds the coverage limit.Which of the following is true regarding consultants who advise owners in evaluating and awarding contracts? Consultants are seldom liable for the advice they give because full legal protection can be achieved by exclusion of liability clauses. The cost of repair to a lobby canopy that is damaged by a falling window after . The sender seals the envelope. The recipient actually opens the envelope and reads the contents. The envelope arrives in the recipient's mailbox. when is a contractual communication complete? The sender places the envelope in the mailbox. The cost of removing windows that were likely to leak. Under the postal acceptance rule. Which of the following would likely not be covered by a contractor's CGL policy? The cost of repairing a car after an employee of the contractor dropped a hammer onto it from high up on the side of the building. None of the above. Good faith is seldom a defence for consultants. Consultants may be sued for defamation if they advise owners to reject bids. A claim is made alleging conduct that arguably falls outside the policy coverage. A weak claim is made within the coverage limit.

Which of the following is true for all types of bonds used on construction projects? The surety can rely on any defence open to the principal. They require the surety to complete the obligations the defaulting principal was obliged to meet. They are put in place at the start of the construction project. the surety may be liable for damages for delaying the completion of the construction contract. it may not be able to recover it. All of the above. The cost of making good faulty workmanship. Which of the following is likely to be excluded from a builders' risk insurance policy? Fraud by employees. The cost of repairing cracks in a neighbouring house which resulted from the contractor providing inadequate lateral support when excavating for a foundation. If the surety makes a voluntary payment to the obligee in error. Loss of revenue due to delay. If the surety refuses to acknowledge that the contractor was in default. Which of the following is false regarding performance bonds? The surety is not always required to personally complete the construction project.its defective hinge failed. The maximum liability of the surety is always limited to the value of the bond. . They are primarily for the benefit of the owner.

Only the official representative union of the employees can negotiate with the employer. Which of the following is false regarding the situation during a lockout or strike? Persons not part of the union have the right to ignore the picket line and attend work. . If the contract between the owner and the contractor fails to specify who is responsible for occupational health and safety on the work site. The ones who are paid the most. Employees have the right to picket outside the place of work. Employees can undertake alternative employment until the strike / lockout is resolved. Which workers are generally laid off first when a collective agreement is in place? The more senior ones. Employers can hire temporary replacement workers. The ones whose performance the employer is not satisfied with. The employer can discourage the employees from supporting a particular union for negotiation purposes. who is responsible for safety? The owner. The more junior ones.Which of the following is false regarding labour law negotiations? The rules of agency apply between the union and the employees it represents. the contractor is responsible for the second half. The agreement reached between the union and the employer binds all unionized employees. The owner is responsible for the first half of the contract.

It must be an improvement on existing machines that do the same job. The clever rhyming lyrics of a song are protected by: Trademark law.The owner and the contractor share the responsibility for the entire contract. The contractor. Which of the following is not a risk associated with a letter of intent? A party relying on the letter may not realize that it is unenforceable. which will create problems if a dispute arises. There may be no consideration to make the letter a valid contract. It must be useful. Which of the following is not a requirement for a machine to be patentable? The way the machine works must be new. Copyright law. Common law. Patent law. The letter may be inadvertently worded like an offer which is then accepted to create a binding contract. It must not be in general use by the public. Both parties may commence work without ever creating a formal contract. Which of the following is false regarding the law of agency? .

Not all acts by a party who is an agent will be performed in their role as agent. A principal will not be bound by the acts of an agent unless actual authority exists. Under which of the following project delivery models does the contractor not have significant incentive to reduce costs? Fixed price contract. User fees are typically the source of revenue from which the concessionaire is compensated. Unit price contract. Alliance agreement.The scope of agency can be limited. Design-build. The agent must always act in the principal's best interest. Which of the following is false regarding public-private partnerships? The risks borne by the concessionaire are typically short term in nature. The concessionaire may be comprised of a number of separate companies. Cost-plus contract. For which of the following project delivery models does the owner take the greatest risk of changes in law? Design-build-operate. Design-bid-build. There is a sharing of risk between the public and private sectors. . Construction management.

Doctor and patient. or litigation. It ensures final resolution of the dispute. Which of the following is not an advantage of negotiation? It is less costly than mediation. The deficiencies in the work exceeded the value of the lien claim. No party is forced to live with a result which it did not agree to. Which of the following is a reason why a lien claim may not succeed? The lien claimant did not file a lien action in the correct court registry. None of the above. . The parties control the process.Which of the following is an unintentional tort? Fraud. Parent and child. Trespass. Negligence. Which of the following is typically not a fiduciary relationship? Lawyer and client. arbitration. Owner and contractor.

The filed documents were not properly notarized. Professionals may opt to register with industry associations rather than the applicable professional regulatory body. Breach of the duty to not interfere with another party's performance of the contract. Most regulatory bodies have elected officials in addition to full time staff. or a need for acceleration. regardless of how long it takes to perform the work. That the breach of duty (to not interfere) caused a delay. Which of the following points towards an independent contractor relationship? The person performing the work gets paid a set amount. The employer states how many workers will perform each task. Which of the following elements of a delay claim is generally the most difficult to prove? The amount of additional cost caused by the delay. Which of the following statements is false regarding regulation of professions in Canada? Elected officials of professional regulatory bodies are often members of the profession the body regulates. All of the above. Regulatory bodies have the right to discipline members for inappropriate conduct. The employer requires the person performing the work to have insurance coverage. The employer directs where and when the work is to be done. The existence of a duty to not interfere with the another party's performance of the contract. .

The scope of practice limits the type of work that can be done by registered professionals. Professionals are required to join the provincial technical group related to their primary area of professional practice. Technical societies may own the copyright in technical standards they produce. Many technical societies have their own codes of ethics. Preventing a draftsperson from signing off on plans for a 12 storey building.Which of the following statements is false regarding technical groups and associations? Technical associations provide training to members of the profession. The scope of practice defines the subject matter on which professionals are tested every 5 years to evaluate competence. . A degree from an accredited university. Which of the following would not be an example of enforcement by a professional regulatory body? Preventing a non-registered professional from using the title "Professional Engineer". Sufficient practical experience. What is the significance of the scope of practice specified for a profession? Professionals have to charge set rates for work falling within the scope of practice. Holding a hearing to determine whether a registered professional engineer acted in breach of the code of ethics of the profession. Only registered professionals can perform work within the scope of practice. Law and ethics exam. Which of the following is typically not a requirement for registration as a professional engineer or geoscientist? Technical competence exam.

Preventing a building contractor. Drafting bylaws for the professional body. Any of the above. from marketing herself as a "Professional contractor and engineer". What is the best approach when a legislated design code is ambiguous on a key point of design for a project? Replicate what was done on a previous design by another engineer in the firm. Use a different code. Holding disciplinary hearings. Calculating compensation for victims of professional negligence. Which of the following would not be overseen by the board of a professional regulatory body? Verifying the qualifications of new members. . not registered as a professional engineer. Select an interpretation that is consistent with the intent of the code.

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