The OALA Act

The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects Act

4th Session, 32nd Legislature, Ontario 33 Elizabeth II, 1984

An Act respecting The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects

1st Reading April 26th, 1984

2nd Reading May 25th, 1984

3rd Reading May 25th, 1984

Royal Assent May 29th, 1984

Whereas The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects hereby represents that it was incorporated under the laws of Ontario by letters patent dated the 20th day of December, 1968; that the Association is desirous of being continued as the corporation for the purpose of carrying out the objects of the Association and of the Government and discipline of its members; that the Association considers it desirable to grant to full members of the Association the exclusive right to use the designation “Landscape Architect”; and whereas the Association hereby applies for special legislation for such purposes; and whereas it is expedient to grant the application; Therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as follows:

1. In this Act,

  1. “Association” means The Ontario Association of Landscape Architects;
  2. “by-law” means a by-law of the Association;
  3. “Council” means the Council of the Association;
  4. “full member” means a member of the Association who is shown in the register kept under subsection 9 (2) as being a full member of the Association;
  5. “registrar” means the registrar of the Association;
  6. “student” means a student of the Association as provided for in this Act.