Removal from the IZS register
A certified engineer’s name may be deleted from the IZS register if:
1. He requests removal from the register in writing;
2. A security measure banning the provision of services has been pronounced against him;
3. It has been established that he no longer fulfils the conditions determined by law for the provision of services;
4.A disciplinary proceeding directs that he be removed from the register;
5. He dies.
Upon deletion from the IZS register all rights derived from registration expire. Within eight days of the ruling on deletion from the IZS register becoming final, the person deleted from the IZS register must return the standard official stamp and membership card to the relevant body of the IZS. In the case of deletion from the IZS register due to death, the heirs of the deceased must return his standard official stamp and membership card.
A member of the IZS may request that his name be removed from the IZS register at any time; however he is released from the obligation of paying the membership fee for the current year only if the request for his name to be deleted is received by IZS before the end of February of the current year. The Commission for registration may waive the obligation to pay the membership fee for members whose request for deletion is received after this time only if those members for medical reasons no longer require a standard official stamp. To such a request the standard official stamp and membership card of the certified engineer must be returned, along with medical evidence and a statement that the standard official stamp has not been used during the current year.