Land Surveyors Act (Cap. 175). | Land Portal
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February 1985
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LEX-FAOC088908
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9
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This Act provides rules relative to the carrying out of land survey and creates the Land Surveyors Board. The Board shall maintain a register of surveyors, determine the qualifications and experience of surveyors and hear and determine disciplinary proceedings against surveyors in accordance with the provisions of this Act. There shall be a Director of the Department of Land Surveys who shall: (a) direct and control all public surveys; (b) supervise and control all other surveys; (c) examine all general and particular plans of surveys made in respect of leases of land; (d) approve such plans if satisfied that such surveys have been carried out and the plans prepared in accordance with the provisions of this Act; and (e) carry out other functions outlined in section 2.

Implemented by: Land Surveyors Regulations (Cap. 175). (1988)

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