Land Survey Act, 1993 (No. 33 of 1993). | Land Portal

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The Act provides for the survey of land. The 47 sections are divided into 8 Chapters: Introductory Provisions (Chap. 1); Administration of the Act (Chap. 1); Duties of Land Surveyors (Chap. 2); Original Surveys and Resurveys (Chap. 3); Division Surveys (Chap. 4); Townships (Chap. 5); Beacons and Boundaries (Chap. 6); General Plans and Diagrams (Chap. 7); Miscellaneous Provisions (Chap. 8).The Minister shall appoint a Surveyor-General to carry out the tasks specified in section 3 (sect. 2). Section 4 makes provision for the establishment of a Surveys Regulations Board. Section 10 provides for the rectification of title deeds after the determination of boundaries disputes by an award of the court or arbitrators. (1 Schedule)

Implemented by: Regulations relating to the Manner in which Land Surveys shall be Conducted (GN No. 58 of 2002). (2002-04-15)

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