Land Surveyors Act (Cap. 97:01). | Land Portal

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This Act concerns land surveying by appointed land surveyors. The 35 sections of the text are divided into 8 Parts: Without title (sects. 1-3); Board of Examiners (sects. 4-7); Certificates (sects; 8-12); Apprentices (sects. 13-15); Notices of survey (sects. 16-19); Boundaries (sects. 20); Plans (sects. 21-26); State and public surveys (sects. 27-28); Miscellaneous provisions (sects. 29-35).Surveyors are required to pass a state examination in order to receive a certificate from the Minister (sect. 8). The Superintendent of Surveys shall make an index of all plans and diagrams and of all reports or memoranda lodged with him under this Act (sect. 26). Sections 27 and 28 deal with entry upon private lands by Land Surveyors. Incorrect surveys may cause cancellation of certificates and liability to pay fines (sect. 31). (1 Schedule; certificate of Land Surveyor)

Amended by: Guyana Lands and Survey Commission Act (Cap. 59:05.) (2001-06-16)

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