List of summaries, consolidations and regulations
The Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Act
The Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Act delegates to the Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association the responsibility to regulate the practice of professional land surveying and professional surveying for the protection of the public. Land surveyors, who have the exclusive responsibility to determine boundaries of parcels, are required to be members of the Association. Professional surveyors who engage in other categories of survey practice are permitted but are not required to be members of the Association.
The Saskatchewan Land Surveyors Association, through its bylaws, sets standards for its members, including:
Members maintain insurance to protect the public from professional errors or omissions. The minimum amount of insurance is established by bylaw.
The professional conduct committee investigates a member's conduct:
At the conclusion of the investigation, the professional conduct committee must make a report to the discipline committee and may recommend a hearing by the discipline committee.