Professional Surveyors Registration Act 1996. | Land Portal

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This Act requires surveyors to be registered with the Professional Surveyors Registration Council established as a body corporate under this Act. The Council shall be responsible for: (a) the promotion and maintenance of high technical standards among registered surveyors; (b) the exercise of disciplinary control over registered surveyors; and (c) such other matters of professional concern to registered surveyors as the Council may determine. The Act sets out qualifications for registration. The Council shall establish a Code of Conduct for registered surveyors.

Implemented by: Professional Surveyors Registration Regulations 2001. (2001-05-01)

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