Implementing Resolution Under Section 7.1
Resignation of Membership
January 12, 1988,
unless otherwise indicated
.01 That the Board of Directors shall act upon resignation of members, which shall become effective on the date of acceptance, but no action shall be taken on the resignation of a member with respect to whom charges are under investigation by the professional ethics division, or against whom a complaint is pending before the trial board, or as to whom or whose firm a practice-monitoring review has begun but has not been completed, and the resignation or resignations would make the firm or member ineligible to enroll in an Institute-approved practice-monitoring program unless the division, the trial board, or the Peer Review Board or peer review committee, as the case may be, recommends that such resignation be accepted. If a person whose resignation was accepted when that person was under investigation or the object of a complaint or during the pendency of a practice-monitoring review when that resignation or resignations would make the firm or member ineligible to enroll in an Institute-approved practice-monitoring program, should subsequently apply for reinstatement, the Board of Directors shall not reinstate such person without the consent of the division or the trial board, or the Peer Review Board or committee as the case may be.
[As revised November 6, 2007.]