Retirement & Resignation
- AIC annual membership dues for retired members are $50 plus applicable provincial dues.
- Retired members are recognized as Institute members in good standing who are no longer active in, or receive any fees or wages from, any activity as defined in the Standards.
- Retired members may not co-sign any appraisal or consulting reports.
- Retired designated members must always include the word “Retired” with any reference to their AIC designation, e.g., AACI (Retired) or CRA (Retired).
- To change your status from Active to Retired, submit the completed retired declaration form, with the retired Member fees, to your provincial affiliate office.
- Members may apply to change their membership category from active to retired at any time, however reaching this decision when your membership renewal is due ensures you are paying only the annual National retired dues of $50, plus applicable provincial dues. A pro-rata refund is not available throughout the year.
- If you wish to return to an active status, you must comply with the terms of the Reinstatement Policy. The Reinstatement Policy is applicable to all applicants who wish to reinstate. Contact your provincial affiliate if you wish to reinstate. Applicable reinstatement fees are payable and you must register in the insurance program in the appropriate category.
AIC Retired Members benefits:
- receive The Canadian Property Valuation magazine and regular Communiqués.
- eligibility for the discounted registration fee at the annual conference.
- access to discounted home and auto insurance premiums through The Personal.
- may serve as mentor in the Applied Experience Program
- eligible to volunteer on AIC committees.
If you have any questions related to retirement, please contact your provincial affiliate.
- Resignation from the Institute removes former AIC members from the roster of Institute members.
- Members must resign by filing a written resignation. This shall not exempt the Member from payment of Dues for the year of resignation and any earlier year still in arrears.
- If you wish to return to membership, you must comply with the terms of the Reinstatement Policy.
- The Reinstatement Policy is applicable to all applicants who wish to reinstate. Contact your provincial affiliate if you wish to reinstate. Applicable reinstatement fee’s are payable and you would be required to register in the program in the appropriate category.
- Any matters outstanding including dues or professional practice issues must be addressed before you can be reinstated to membership in good standing.
If you have any questions related to resigning, please contact your provincial affiliate.