Annual Report 2011/2012 Professional Standards Councils
Tabled paper 112
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37Professional Standards Councils Annual Report 201112 Information technology professionals Australian Computer Society all members of the ACS professional division with certified computer professional status 10 $1.5 million to $10 million 1 January 2010 31 December 2014 Solicitors Law Society of NSW all solicitors and life members of the Law Society of NSW who hold a current public practice certificate, and who are not exempt 7,523 $1.5 million to $20 million depending on the number of principals; up to $200 million, as determined by the LSNSW, on application by a member 22 November 2006 21 November 2011 Surveyors Professional Surveyors Occupational Association NSW Inc. all members of the PSOA 38 $1 million to $5 million depending on the firms total annual gross fee income Higher amount to $10 million if selected 12 November 2007 11 November 2012 valuers Australian Property Institute Valuers Limited all members of the APIV 2,409 $1 million to $10 million depending on upper end value of valuation Higher amount to $20 million, if selected 1 September 2010 31 August 2015 Australian Valuers Institute AVI members resident in NSW who hold a current practising certificate 28 $1 million for commercial and $500,000 for work relating to residential property Higher amount to $10 million, if selected 26 July 2007 25 July 2012 c o m p lia n c e r e p o r t in g
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