Alberta Assessors Association

About: Code of Conduct and Ethics

A regulated member shall

  1. be dedicated to the profession;

  2. perform the practice of assessment with fairness, honesty and integrity;

  3. apply expertise and due diligence in performing the practice of assessment;

  4. work toward earning the respect and confidence of all of those served through the practice of the profession;

  5. maintain professional competence by keeping informed of and complying with developments in the acknowledged standards of the profession in which the member practices;

  6. disclose to all affected parties any potential conflict of interest that arises or is likely to arise during the performance of their duties;

  7. always act in accordance with the duties and responsibilities associated with being a member of the Association;

  8. at all times act in a manner that will enhance the image of the profession and the Association; and

  9. report to the Association conduct by any member that maybe considered unethical.
     

A regulated member shall not:

  1. undertake assessments for which they are not qualified through either lack of education, experience or ability;

  2. advance their membership or candidacy as evidence of professional qualification;

  3. claim professional qualifications that are misleading or not factual;

  4. put forward membership or any designation granted by the Association as authority to undertake the practice of assessment in areas in which they are not fully qualified;

  5. allow the interest of outside parties to take precedence over their professional duties;

  6. make any irresponsible public statements of value; nor,

  7. disclose any information of a confidential nature to any person except where required by law,
    and
    contravene legislative provisions, bylaws, and/or standards of practice under which they are bound.
     

AAA Code of Conduct and ethics and professional standards

The Alberta Assessors' Association (AAA) acknowledges the Ontario Institute of Municipal Assessors (IMA) for its work in developing and approving a Code of Ethics and Professional Standards which the AAA has replicated, modified and approved for use by AAA members.

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