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The institute has resolved to get its act together over its response to the ARB's public indemnity insurance proposals. In an ongoing row between the two bodies about minimum levels of insurance cover, the ARB has put the onus on the RIBA to produce evidence that underinsurance among architects is not a problem. Ex-president Marco Goldschmied said it was time 'to stop whingeing'and to respond quickly and professionally - and to spend money if necessary - on a response to the ARB's demands. And he added: 'The ARB isn't vindictive but it is very consumer oriented.'

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