For your work under control as part of the construction inspection, the construction inspector or building surveyor must be authorized to carry out such an inspection and you must have carried out the inspection in attendance on his instructions. This information document is now obsolete and is kept on isurv only for informational purposes. This backgrounder describes legislation and guidelines for archaeology and historic buildings, which are of particular importance to mining auditors. This information document is outdated and is kept on isurv only for informational purposes. In the United Kingdom, there are many dispute resolution procedures, the idea being that they all strive to achieve these objectives in different ways. However, “does not correspond to all” , and the choice of the wrong process may lead to the opposite result; an unacceptable result in the possible time, with maximum effort and a maximum burden for the participants. The aim of this document is therefore to provide an accurate, non-legalistic and user-friendly overview of the main dispute resolution procedures available to the UK`s real estate, agriculture and construction environment sectors. This should help users choose the dispute resolution procedure that is best suited to their respective disputes. This guide is designed to be used by country surveyors, engineers and measuring officers who provide advice, as well as for competent clients who report their own surveys. This 3rd edition replaces the 2nd edition. One of the most significant changes from the second edition is the use of the precision band of surveys, which takes into account the customer requirements for independent metadata of scale and digital computing environments. This guide includes: – project information; – accuracy of surveying, control, coordinate grid and date, – topographical surveys, – surveys of measured buildings, – underground supply surveys, – monitoring and deformation; and – benefits. The 3rd edition is in effect on December 8, 2014.
This first edition of Surveyors, which are expert witnesses in Scotland, applies to surveyors when they present oral or written experts before a number of courts in Scotland.