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The Appraisal Institute of Canada is a not-for-profit self-regulating body that is governed by its AIC By-laws.  AIC maintains the highest standards, practices and professional conduct in real estate property advisory services to protect the public interest – the Canadian Uniform Standards of Professional Practice (CUSPAP) pdficon_small. CUSPAP regulates not only the appraisal methodology but also the business practice and conduct of our members. CUSPAP provides guidelines that ensure a consumer receives only the highest quality report and service from AIC members. Section 5 of the AIC Consolidated Regulations  governs Professional Practice. It provides a guideline to the Professional Practice policy from the initial reception of a complaint to the final outcome. It defines the roles of the Committees that are part of the Complaint resolution process. The AIC is not a licensing or statutory agency, its jurisdiction is limited to investigating allegations against members of the Institute for compliance with the Institute’s Bylaws, Regulations, CUSPAP and policies.


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