Cadastral Survey Act

Cadastral Land Survey (Registration of Memorandum of Survey and Survey Report in Rodrigues) Regulations 2013

[GN 121 of 2013 – 1 July 2013] [Section 21]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Cadastral Land Survey (Registration of Memorandum of Survey and Survey Report in Rodrigues) Regulations 2013.

2. In these regulations –

"Act" means the Cadastral Survey Act.

3. (1) A memorandum of survey or survey report shall be drawn up, in such form and manner as the Chief Surveyor may approve, in 2 originals and be signed by the land surveyor who drew up the memorandum or report and the land surveyor shall affix his seal or stamp to the memorandum or report.

(2) The 2 originals of every memorandum of survey or survey report shall be registered by the land surveyor within 14 days of the completion of the survey.

(3) No registration dues shall be payable on the registration of one of the originals.

(4) After registration of a memorandum of survey or survey report under paragraph (2), the Registrar-General shall –

(a) return to the land surveyor one of the originals which shall remain in the possession and custody of the land surveyor; and

(b) forward the other original, which shall be the one registered free under paragraph (3), to the Permanent Secretary for deposit in the Permanent Secretary's office.

(5) The Permanent Secretary shall endorse every memorandum or report of survey received by him, with the date on which it is received.

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Cadastral Survey (Application for PIN and Fees) Regulations 2012

[GN 24 of 2012 – 5 March 2012] [Section 21]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Cadastral Survey (Application for PIN and Fees) Regulations 2012.

2. In these regulations –

"Act" means the Cadastral Survey Act.

3. An application under section 7(3) of the Act shall –

(a) be made in the form set out in the First Schedule; and

(b) be accompanied by the appropriate fee specified in the Second Schedule.

4. A survey plan shall be issued subject to payment of the fee specified in the Second Schedule.

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FIRST SCHEDULE

[Regulation 3(a)]

APPLICATION FOR PIN

Application no.

..............................

For official use

PART I – APPLICANT DETAILS

1. Name of applicant ......................................... (interested person/survey or/notary/appointed company)

2. Postal address ..............................................................................................................

3. Phone no. ................... Email address ............................ Mobile no. ......................

PART II – SURVEY PLAN TYPE INFORMATION

TYPE OF PLAN

Existing parcel

Subdivision/morcellement/excision/approval permit

Land acquisition/wayleave

Sectional/vertical development

Approved development permit and building plan

Prescription

State land surveys

Site plan

LAND DETAILS

1. Owner's name ..................................................... NIC no. ..............................................................

2. Postal address ...............................................................................................................................

3. Phone no. ............................. Email address ............................ Mobile no. .....................................

4. Title deed ............................. Extent ............................. Registration date .......................................

5. Location of site ............................. District .............................

6. Original PIN .............................

PART III – SURVEYOR'S CERTIFICATION

I/We certify that the location of the land parcel pertaining to land details under Part II above is correct as shown on the site/location plan submitted herewith.

Name of surveyor ............................. Phone No. ..................................

...........................................

Signature

.................................

Date SEAL

PART IV – DECLARATION (APPLICANT)

I/We declare that –

(a) all information given above is true and correct to the best of my/our knowledge;

(b) I am/we are fully aware that in case I/we have submitted any incorrect information, my/our application will not be processed; and

(c) I/we shall submit any further information required by the chief surveyor.

Name ............................. Phone no. ..............................

Signature ....................... Date ......................................

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SECOND SCHEDULE

[Regulations 3(b) and 4]

FEES

 

(Rs)

Assignment of PIN to –

 

(a) a unit

500

(b) a plot of land not exceeding 422 m2 (10 square perches)

500

(c) a plot of land of an extent of more than 422 m2 (10 square perches) to 2110 m2 (50 square perches)

1,500

(d) a plot of land of an extent of 2110 m2 (50 square perches) or more

3,000

Issue of survey plan

200
(per plan issued)

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Cadastral Survey (Fees) Regulations 1979

[GN 228 of 1979 – 29 October 1979] [Sections 17(2), 21 and 22(3)]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Cadastral Survey (Fees) Regulations 1979.

2. For the purpose of section 17(2) of the Cadastral Survey Act, the fees payable to a land surveyor shall be taxed in accordance with the scale specified in the second column of the Schedule.

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SCHEDULE

[Regulation 2]

FEE

   

(Rs)

 

1.

For every survey in any part of the island of Mauritius not exceeding one day's work, exclusive of time taken daily in travelling to or returning from the place of survey

750

 

2.

For every additional day's work

500

 

3.

For travelling expenses from the land surveyor's office, or place of abode, in going to and returning from the place of survey

2

per mile for the first 600 miles

   

1

per mile over 600 miles

4.

For every copy of any memorandum of survey, for the first 4 folios

50

per folio of 90 words

5.

For every additional folio of 90 words

10

 

6.

For every boundary stone placed

25

 

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Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys in Rodrigues) Regulations 2013

[GN 120 of 2013 – 1 July 2013] [Section 21]

1. These regulations may be cited as the Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys in Rodrigues) Regulations 2013.

2. Subject to regulation 3, the Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys) Regulations 2013 shall apply to the Island of Rodrigues.

3. Regulation 5(6)(c) to (g) and (7) of the Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys) Regulations 2013 shall not apply to the Island of Rodrigues.

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Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys) Regulations 2013

[GN 119 of 2013 – 1 July 2013] [Section 21]

1. Short title

These regulations may be cited as the Cadastral Survey (Land Surveys) Regulations 2013.

2. Interpretation

In these regulations –

"Act" means the Cadastral Survey Act;

"Cartesian Map Grid co-ordinates", referred to as the Map Grid of Mauritius 2008 (MGM 2008), means the Cartesian Map Grid derived from GDM 2008;

"DCDB" means the Digital Cadastral Database;

"Geodetic Co-ordinates", referred to as the Geocentric Datum of Mauritius 2008 (GDM 2008), means co-ordinates based on the Reference Frame and Associated Ellipsoid;

"Plane Co-ordinate System", referred to as the Local Grid Mauritius 2012 (LGM 2012), means Plane Co-ordinate System based on the Lambert Conformal Conic Two Parallel map projection.

3. Chief Surveyor to direct and standardise cadastral land survey practices

(1) The Chief Surveyor may, pursuant to his powers under the Act, issue guidelines, directions and notices to land surveyors to regulate the practice of land surveyors, and to set standards for land survey work in respect of geodetic survey control, cadastral land surveying practices, survey accuracy, marking, plans, data and data formats, survey plan and document registration procedures, and any other matter related to surveying practices, the co-ordinated and the Digital Cadastral Database.

(2) The Chief Surveyor may declare special zones where a higher level of land survey boundary establishment and measurement accuracy applies.

(3) The increased accuracy standards shall apply to all cadastral land surveys made in the declared special zone or zones and, where applicable, across the declared special zone or zones boundary.

4. Survey equipment

(1) All instruments and survey equipment shall be kept in good working order and tested fre

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