The Department of Natural Resources and Environment is seeking feedback on amendments to the Surveyors Act 2002 (the Act). The Act provides for the registration of surveyors with diverse specialist competencies; the regulation of the practice of registerd surveyors engaged in surveys authorised or required under any Act, and other related matters.
Aim of this Review
The aim of this review is to consider amendments to improve the effectiveness of the Act in ensuring surveys of legal interests in real property meet community requirements. It is concerned with two issues, the first being the level of supervision that must be exercised by a registered land surveyor over non-registered person undertaking a survey of land, whilst the second deals with the publication of disciplinary outcomes imposed by the Director of Consumer Affairs.
An issues paper has been prepared that outlines why amendments are required to address the above issues, proposes amendment options for both and provides an oppurtunity to comment on the options.
Surveyors Act 2002 Amendments Issues Paper (PDF 516Kb)
How to make a Submission
Please forward submissions to:
Mr Scott Strong
Surveyors Act 2002 Amendments
Heritage and Land Tasmania
GPO BOX 44
HOBART TAS 7001
The closing date for submissions is Wednesday 21 June 2023.
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