The Board arranges candidate workshops every year on topics such as the accreditation process, boundary re-instatement and professionalism.
Referenced below are copies of a number of those presentations.Discusses survey audit classifications and implications of errors including not reporting occupation correctly or accurately, not searching for all evidence and not marking corners
Topics include statutory framework for accreditation, TLSAB requirements and expectations and Common Law considerations in boundary re-instatement
The example Urban and Rural Surveys have been compiled to assist candidates gain a better understanding of the expected requirements of survey examination submissions.
They are extracts only and not complete. All examination surveys submitted to the Board must be suitable for registration with the Land Titles Office.
Candidates preparing for Board examinations are expected to demonstrate a strong understanding of professionalism and the role of professional associations.
While the below resources are provided for the information of candidates, it is important to recognise that some content may be jurisdiction specific.
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