A surveyor has been asked to remove complaints about the RICS from his website and from social media.
Martin Rushton has in the past accused the RICS of censorship, corruption and breaching his human rights.
In 2013, there was a three-day appeal against a decision of an RICS disciplinary panel the year before.
He had been charged with not conducting himself in a manner befitting membership of the RICS in creating a website; and using the website to bring the RICS into disrepute.
The appeal was upheld on the ground relating to his right to freedom of expression, and it was directed that Rushton be re-admitted to RICS membership.
That, however, was not the end of the matter, and last week the RICS issued this statement:
“Over the past four years, Martin Rushton MRICS has made repeated complaints against office holders of the Institution and members of the executive. His complaints have included allegations of corruption and fraud.
“In 2015, RICS Governing Council took the unprecedented step of commissioning an investigation into these allegations.
“A review was conducted by the Chairman of the Management Board and two independent non-executives of RICS, one of which was the Chairman of the Audit Committee.
“The review group found there was no evidence to support the allegations. A report from the group was presented to Governing Council who have accepted the findings.
“Mr Rushton has been informed of the outcome of the review and asked to remove references to these allegations from his website and to desist from repeating the allegations in social media.”
At the weekend, the website looked to be still up, along with comments on Twitter.