Article 263-2 into force since
- Version into force since
I.- The professional association shall draw up a code of conduct setting out the basic principles with which its members must comply.
Members of the association may adapt these principles to reflect their size and organisation. II. - The code of conduct shall set out, inter alia:
the principles governing the independence of appraisers;
the expertise and resources that appraisers must have;
the rules of confidentiality to which they are subject;
procedures for taking on and carrying out appraisals and quality controls to verify work done by association members.
III. The code of conduct shall detail the disciplinary action applicable in the event of breaches.
IV. - The code of conduct may be consulted at any time at the association's registered office by any person who so requests. The code shall also be published on the association's website provided the association has such a site.
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