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On 5 June 2007, the Disciplinary Board considered the allegations against Mr Stuart James McKay, Membership Number 44720977, of Selkirk, Selkirkshire. It was alleged that Mr McKay had taken an unreasonable length of time to produce a report he had undertaken to prepare for a client in connection with the plans for a house that she was having constructed, and that when the client and others acting on her behalf made enquiries about when the report would be produced, he gave assurances that he failed to keep.

The Disciplinary Board found Mr McKay guilty of having breached By-law 35 and Rule 1 of the Rules of Professional Conduct. Under the powers conferred on it by By-law 40, the Disciplinary Board ordered that Mr McKay should be reprimanded and should be fined £500, and that the fact and particulars of the order against him should be posted in the Institution and published.

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