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Henning ELMSTRÃM and Torben JUULSAGER, Denmark
The Surveying profession is regulated in many countries in the European Union (EU). The regulation is in particular distinctly in relation to the private practicing surveyors performing cadastral work, since the nature of the work is not only important for the direct requestor but also includes a societal responsibility in the communities where property registration and cadastre is a fundamental foundation for land administration, assessment and taxation â part of societies economic infrastructure.
For the sake of the protection of property, the rights of property and the quality of the authoritative property basic data, there is a societal need for a high level of professional qualifications, both legal and technical, and a high level of ethics in relation to the practicing chartered surveyors task performance. The cadastral process must be trustworthy and transparent with a high degree of legal certainty and consumer protection
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