Rule 8.1(e) RCS2010 requires a minimum of two vectors for each boundary point and each new survey mark.

The C470 rule runs at Prevalidation to report where the two vector requirement has not been met. 

The error will display like this in your Landonline Pre-validation Report.

 

 *** The following rules are preventing the Submission of the Survey Dataset:

C470 - Fatal - A minimum of two vectors for each boundary point and each new survey mark has not been provided.

LT 483284 Failed Marks:
  Ref Id Summary: 130, 131, 501, 502
  Node Id/Ref Id:#/Mark Name/Mark State/Mark Purpose
  NULL/Ref Id: 130/UNMK DP 483284/New/Boundary Defined by Survey
  NULL/Ref Id: 131/UNMK 30 DP 483284/New/Boundary Defined by Survey
  NULL/Ref Id: 501/UNMK DP 483284/New/Boundary Defined by Survey
  NULL/Ref Id: 502/UNMK DP 483284/New/Boundary Defined by Survey

Counted vectors associated with the failing marks:
  Node Id/Ref Id:#/Mark Name to Node Id/Ref Id:#/Mark Name
  Class A vector ob352 from 43937831/Ref Id: 100/UNMK 5 DP 473153 to NULL/Ref Id: 130/UNMK DP 483284
  Class A vector ob393 from NULL/Ref Id: 131/UNMK 30 DP 483284 to 43937832/Ref Id: 101/UNMK 6 DP 473153
0-Nbdy vector ob154 from NULL/Ref Id: 18/ALP 8 DP 483284 to NULL/Ref Id:4

Notes

C470 will fail boundary points generated from spatial capture unless the associated vectors are also captured. For CSDs where balance or residual parcels are often captured spatially, eg. SO Legalisation, using the new ‘multiple changes of mark information’ enhancement will allow, if appropriate in terms of Rule 6.3(b) RCS2010, multiple changes to mark purpose details, ie. from the default option of ‘Defined by Adoption’ to ‘Accepted’. Mark purpose of Accepted will not cause the test to fail.