Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Act 2003. | Land Portal

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This Act, consisting of 9 Parts, provides for developing, maintaining and improving the Queensland survey and mapping infrastructure. The main purposes of this Act are to provide for the following: (a) developing, maintaining and improving the State survey and mapping infrastructure; (b) maintaining and improving cadastral boundaries throughout the State and information held by the department about the boundaries; (c) coordinating and integrating survey and mapping information; (d) improving public access to survey and mapping information; (e) defining administrative areas, and describing and working out administrative area boundaries.

Implemented by: Survey and Mapping Infrastructure Regulation 2004. (2010-06-25)
Implemented by: Survey and Mapping Infrastructure (Survey Standards) Notice, 2010. (2010-08-01)
Implemented by: Survey and Mapping Infrastructure (Survey Standards—Requirements for Mining Tenures) Notice (No. 1) 2011. (2011-10-25)

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