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SUG421 - Advanced Cadastral Survey (LLS ACT 1958)

SUG421 - Advanced Cadastral Survey (LLS ACT 1958)

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LICENSED LAND SURVEYORS ACT 1958Powers of a Licensed Land Surveyor 
OCT09Q3(a) Under the Licensed Land Surveyors Act 1958 (Act 458), what are the powers of aLicensed Land Surveyor? 8M
Section 13 LLS Acts 1958Powers of a licensed land surveyor.
1. shall be entitled to practise his profession as a land surveyor 2. shall be authorised to undertake title surveys.3. May enter upon all lands which he is employed to survey, any neighbouring lands and anybuildings on such lands4. may emplace any boundary mark upon such lands5. may dig up any ground for the purpose of emplacing such boundary mark6. may cut down and remove any timber or other growth which may obstruct any survey line or anyboundary7. may permitted to inspect relevant Survey Department maps and plans8. may take copies of such information without payment of search fees
Limitation of a Licensed Land Surveyor 
1. Nothing shall affect the right of the Director General of Survey to employ Government Surveyors or Licensed Land Surveyor on any type of title survey2. Nothing shall affect the right of person who is not being a Licensed land Surveyor to undertakesurveys other than title surveys3. Nothing shall exempt such licensed land surveyor or his assistant from liability for any damageoccurred during the survey.
Correction of Errors
OCT09Q3(b) What is the provision laid down in the same Act above regarding correction of errors intitle survey? 8M
Section 16 LLS Acts 1958Correction of errors.
1. The Director General of Survey may undertake field and office checks on the title survey2. The Director General of Survey may instruct in writing notice the Licensed Land Survey to correctthe error made at his own expenses within specified time3. The notice to correct is sent not more than 12 months after the survey plan has been deposited4. If the Licensed Land Surveyor refused to correct such error, The Director General of Survey has toundertake the correction departmentally and recover the whole cost of correction from him5. If the Licensed Land Surveyor refused to refund the cost of correction within 14 days, the Director General of Survey may report to Board for disciplinary action.6. The Board may order the Licensed Land Surveyor to pay the cost of correction or to pay his client aa compensation7. If the Licensed Land Surveyor also refused to comply within 1 month, the Board may suspend himfrom practice as a Licensed Land Surveyor until the cost of correction has been paid not exceeding3 years.
Code of Professional Conduct
OCT09Q3(c) Every Licensed Land Surveyor shall observe and be guided by the "Code of ProfessionalConduct" as provided in the Licensed Land Surveyors Regulations 1959. Give any four of the provisions. 4M
Section 101 LLS Regulations 1959Code of Professional Conduct.
1. shall uphold the dignity, standing and reputation of the profession2. shall not improperly canvass or solicit professional employment3. may only exhibit plates and signs at his place or places of business exhibiting his name, titles andprofession4. may only advertise for a period not exceeding three months the commencement of practice in anynew place or formation or dissolution of a partnership5. shall making a title survey, be remunerated by the fees payable by his client6. shall not attempt to supplant another licensed land surveyor 7. shall not intervene in connection with survey work which has been entrusted to another licensedland surveyor.8. shall not take over the work of that other licensed land surveyor acting for the same client, until hehas either obtained the consent of that licensed land surveyor.9. Shall formally notified the client that the engagement of that licensed land surveyor with the workhas been properly terminated10. shall not accept a position in which his interest is in conflict with his professional duty11. shall not maliciously injure the professional reputation, prospects or business of another licensedland surveyor 12. shall not enter into professional partnership with any person other than a Professional Engineer inPrivate Practice, a Registered Architect or a Licensed Land Surveyor without the concurrence of the Board.13. every licensed land surveyor who is an employee of a statutory body shall undertake only surveywork of that statutory body14. shall comply promptly with any request or query made by the Board in respect of his professionalwork or conduct15. shall not have more than one branch office without a resident licensed surveyor.16. Licensed land surveyors who at present have more than one branch office are required to takeappropriate action within six months from date of this notification in the

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