Note: this guideline is issued by the Surveyor-General under section 7(1)(ga) of the Cadastral Survey Act 2002 about the Rules for Cadastral Survey 2010 and is not legally binding.

The following information relates to the content and capture requirements for a boundary reinstatement survey recorded on a survey office (SO) CSD in Landonline as a ‘Boundary Marking – Reinstatement CSD’.

A boundary reinstatement CSD includes diagrammatic and non-diagrammatic information in a CSD Plan (refer to Content of a boundary marking SO CSD).

It requires information to support the definition including a survey report, vectors to ascertain and verify the positions, and adoptions. This information is specified by rules 8.1, 8.2, and 9.1 – 9.6.

Landonline capture of a boundary reinstatement CSD

For a Boundary Marking - Reinstatement CSD, the Boundary Marking - Monumentation CSD capture and plan generation functionality in Landonline may be used. 

Alternatively, the normal full capture functionality may be used.

Where monumentation CSD functionality is used for boundary reinstatement CSD

If the Boundary Marking - Monumentation CSD e-capture and plan generation Landonline functionality is used for a Boundary Marking - Reinstatement CSD, the following is the minimum Landonline capture requirements:

  • all new boundary marks must be captured (the non-boundary mark/s used to set out the boundary mark need not be captured)
  • the CSD must be connected to at least two nodes existing in Landonline, and
  • the nodes must be connected by non-boundary vectors.

Where a survey places a line mark at a new point on an existing boundary the two existing boundary marks on either side of the new line point and the vectors to them from the new point will also have to be captured.

With the capture of this information, Landonline requires an image to be produced in the CSD plan using the plan generation functionality.  This image will become part of the Diagram of Survey.  

In addition to these capture requirements, the additional information supporting the definition, including the vectors to ascertain and verify the positions, and adoptions as specified by current rules 8.1, and 9.1 – 9.6, may be provided in a suitably drawn field note or diagram attached to the CSD as a ‘survey data graphic’ supporting document.

Note, all information must be legible, clear, and unambiguous [r 9.6.15].

Where the survey data graphic has been added there will be two plan images comprising the Diagram of Survey – the one generated by the Landonline Plan Generation functionality, plus the survey data graphic.

Note, the CSD must still include a survey report, and provide details supporting the definition [r 8.2(a)(ix)].

Last Updated: 4 April 2017
Authority: Surveyor-General - Section 7(1)(ga) of the Cadastral Survey Act 2002
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