Back to Basics - Titles, Surveying and Areas on Plans (V170503)
Due to popular demand the 'Back to Basics' seminar which was presented last year on 3 November 2016 will be repeated for members. Jeff Clarke and Gerry Shone will be presenting a comprehensive presentation on Back to Basics - Titles, Surveying and Areas on Plans. It is highly recommended that students and recent graduates attend such a valuable session as some of the areas that will be discussed are not addressed in current Valuation courses.
Jeff Clarke and Gerry Shone will cover the following topics during their presentation.
- Background of titles created under various forms of legislation
- Plans associated with titles and their various surveying nuisances
- Right of Way, easements and other restrictions on title
- Discussion of imperial length measurements and imperial areas shown on plans
- Revenge reserves and their impact on legal abuttal
- Differentiation between fencing and boundary alignments
- Plans that do not show areas and the rationale for this
- Areas shown on building subdivision plans - a surveyors viewpoint
Jeff Clarke, Survey Manager, Intrax Consulting Engineers Pty Ltd
Jeff has extensive experience in geographical information business consulting, Land Administration and Surveying. From a diverse experience of cadastral and geodetic surveying, he has managed numerous spatial information and business reform projects and advanced to a senior management position with Intrax Consulting Engineers.
Gerry Shone, Executive Advisor, Association of Consulting Surveyors Victoria (ACSV)
Gerry is a Licensed Surveyor with over forty years’ experience, who is currently employed as Executive Advisor at the Association of Consulting Surveyors Victoria (ACSV). Gerry is also President of Consulting Surveyors National (CSN) and Chair of the Victorian Surveying Task Force Inc. Since 2015, Gerry has been one of two representatives from ACSV on a working party including the API, Property Council and Land Victoria representatives investigating the provision of apartment areas as part of plans of subdivision.
Light refreshments will be served.
Early Bird registrations close on Friday 7 April 2017.
|API Member (Early Bird)||$48.00|
|API Member (Standard)||$54.00|
|API Student (Early Bird)||$34.50|
|API Student (Standard)||$40.50|
|Non-Member (Early Bird)||$61.50|
Full attendance at this event accrues 2 CPD points.
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