Section 60N: Certificate of registration as architect emeritus
Section 60N. (a) Upon receipt of a written application, the board may grant a certificate of registration as an architect emeritus to an architect who has retired from the active practice of architecture in the commonwealth. To be eligible for a certificate of registration as an architect emeritus, the applicant shall: (i) submit an application together with a fee prescribed by the board; (ii) have been an architect in good standing in the commonwealth at the time of his retirement; (iii) be at least 65 years of age; (iv) have been a registered architect in the commonwealth for at least 10 years; (v) have relinquished his license to practice architecture; and (vi) satisfy any other requirements as may be prescribed by the board.
(b) An architect emeritus shall not engage in nor hold himself out as engaging in the practice of architecture. An architect emeritus shall be exempt from the continuing education requirements established in this chapter.
(c) An architect emeritus seeking reinstatement as an architect shall: (i) file an application for reinstatement with the board; (ii) pay an administrative fee which shall be determined by the board; and (iii) comply with education or other requirements established by the board.