The AIC is a self-regulating organization that is guided by a Code of Conduct and Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (CUSPAP) to ensure that our members:
- Maintain the highest level of integrity and professionalism;
- Engage in conduct that will instill confidence and protect the public interest;
- Provide quality services within their areas of competence; and
- Commit themselves to principles that reflect high standards of professionalism.
Further, AIC’s Bylaws state our rules as approved by the Board of Directors, the AGM and Industry Canada, while our Consolidated Regulations define policies such as admission, education, experience and designations; the role and relationship between AIC and the provincial associations and affiliates; professional practice and the liability.