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Part A. Administration

A11. Pointing Out of Boundary Beacons

1. Where, in the opinion of the local authority, the location of any boundary of a site has not been accurately determined such local authority may, require the owner, at his own cost, to engage a professional land surveyor and to submit to the local authority a certificate, in an approved form and signed by such professional land surveyor -

(a) identifying the boundary pegs or beacons of such site; and

(b) stating the name of the nearest cross street and the approximate distance of the nearest boundary of the site from such street.

2. Where such owner fails to engage a professional land surveyor as contemplated in subregulation (1) the local authority may engage a professional land surveyor to establish and point out the location of such pegs or beacons, and the local authority may recover the costs of such establishing and pointing out from such owner.

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