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Community Organizations Australasian Legal Information Institute
Australasian Legal Information Institute
Australasian Legal Information Institute
Acronym
AustLII
Data aggregator
Phone number
+61-2-9514-4921

Location

235 Jones Street, Ultimo NSW 2007
Level 12, Building 10
Sydney
New South Wales
Australia
Postal address
AustLII, Faculty of Law
University of Technology, Sydney
PO Box 123
Broadway NSW 2007, Australia
Working languages
inglês

AustLII is Australia's most popular online free-access resource for Australian legal information, serving the needs of a multitude of users with over 700,000 hits daily. AustLII is a joint facility of the UTS and UNSW Faculties of Law.

The Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) provides free internet access to Australasian legal materials. AustLII's broad public policy agenda is to improve access to justice through better access to information. To that end, we have become one of the largest sources of legal materials on the net, with over four million searchable documents.

AustLII publishes public legal information -- that is, primary legal materials (legislation, treaties and decisions of courts and tribunals); and secondary legal materials created by public bodies for purposes of public access (law reform and royal commission reports for example) and a substantial collection of law journals.

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Surveyors Act 1929.

Legislation
Austrália
Oceânia

The Act (31 sections) is divided into 5 Parts, i.e.: Preliminary (I); Board of Surveyors (II); The Register (II); Registered Surveyors (IV); and Miscellaneous (V).The Board of Surveyors, constituted under this Act, keeps a register of surveyors and deals with offences of and charges against surveyors. The board shall cause a notification of the registration of every surveyor to be published in the Gazette. The Act contains the requirements to be a registered surveyor and describes the powers and duties of surveyors (right to make surveys, entry upon land).

Surveys Marks Act, 1902.

Legislation
Austrália
Oceânia

The Act (5 sections, 1 Schedule) sets out the official marks to be used by Government licensed or appointed surveyors in the conduct of official surveys. The use of the marks except in the conduct of an official survey is prohibited and liable to a penalty. Penalties for unauthorized defacement or destruction of survey marks, landmarks or beacons are also provided.