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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Estate surveyors move against quacks

Estate surveyors move against quacks... NAIJA INTEL

How can quacks be stopped from the surveying profession? It is by registering more qualified surveyors and valuers, Estate Surveyor and Valuers Registration Board of Nigeria (ESVARBON), says Mr. Ayodele Sangosanya, chairman.

He spoke this at the 32nd induction for new estate surveyors in Lagos, last weekend.

Sangosanya said the institute was collaborating with some law enforcement agencies to check pseudo-practice and said the board had taken to court some quacks who did not heed its warning.

The board, he said, had approved the use of pseudonym for persons who wish to practise estate surveying and valuation without their families names. The board has forwarded guidelines for the formation of mega-firms with pseudonyms to the Federal Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development for gazetting. On the change, he explained that it was to encourage mega practice in line with international best practices.

Estate surveyors move against quacks... NAIJA INTEL

Estate surveyors move against quacks… NAIJA INTEL

Sangosanya advised estate surveyors & valuers to maintain integrity and discipline in the discharge of their duties.

He said another challenge the Board was facing is how to accelerate the registration of new entrants to meet with the rapidly growing population of the nation.

Out of a population of over 160 million, the Board, he said, in finding ways of producing many more registered estate surveyors and valuers without lowering standards.


IMAGE: www.esvarbon.gov.ng / www.itv-radio.com



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