Cadastral Survey Act
Act 10 of 1958
- Commenced on 9 December 1958
- [This is the version of this document at 30 June 2012 and includes any amendments published up to 30 June 2014.]
1. Short titleThis Act may be cited as the Cadastral Survey Act.
2. Cadastral survey to be madeA cadastral survey shall be made of the island of Mahé and of such other islands as may be approved by the Minister.
3. Persons to be appointed by the President to carry out cadastral surveySuch survey shall be made by such persons (hereinafter referred to as cadastral surveyors), as may from time to time be appointed for the purpose by the President. Any person so appointed by the President shall have all the rights and privileges of a land surveyor licensed under the Land Survey Act.
4. Power of cadastral surveyors and of persons acting under their ordersCadastral l surveyors and all persons under their orders may exercise any of the following powers:—
5. Cadastral surveyors and persons acting under their orders to do as little damage as possibleCadastral surveyors and all persons acting under their orders shall at all times do as little damage as possible in the exercise of the several powers granted to them by this Act.
6. Compensation for trees or crops cut down or damaged
7. OffencesAny person who wilfully—
8. Power to make regulations
History of this document
09 December 1958