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1.

a) Explain briefly the procedure involve in the cadastral survey work for
amalgamation.
1. Any application by a proprietor should be made in writing to LA in
Form 9C and accompanied by;
 fee as may prescribed
 a plan showing the lots to be amalgamated and number of copies
required
 copy of any approval or consent required under paragraph (c) of
subsection 1 of section 136 (as applied by subsection (1) of section
147)
 written consents to the making of the application as required under
paragraph (e) of that subsection as so applied
2. Upon receiving the application, the LA should endorse a note on the
register document of title to the
related land.

b) New lots currently surveyed and the boundary position is still good. If subdivision
of lots is to be done , state your opinion on how the survey was conducted.
1) Any application by a proprietor should be made in writing to LA in Form 9A
and accompanied by;
 fee as may prescribed)
 pre-computation plan showing the details of sub-division and number
of copies required
 copy of any approval or consent required under paragraph (c) of
subsection 1 of section 136; and
 written consents to the making of the application as required under
paragraph (e) of that subsection:
Provided that, in case where paragraph (c) and (e) of subsection (1) of section 136 are
not applicable and the land is held under Land Office title, the LA may if he thinks fit
accept an application in any form.
2) Upon receiving the application, the LA should endorse a note on the register
document of title to the related land.
3) Where the application relates to estate land;
 LA should refer to Estate Land Board (ELB) established under section
214A
 ELB secretary should convey its recommendation to LA

c) State the nearest area in hectares for the pre-comp plan and the plan to
acknowledge the work of subdivision or amalgamation.
a) for land situated in any area designated by SA, the proprietor has agreed in his
application;
 provide necessary access by making up a road to a standard as
specified
 ii) the land occupied the road, be deemed to have been surrendered to SA
b) in any other case, the proprietor has;
 agreed that the land deemed to have been surrendered for the purpose of
enabling access to
be established on it as state land, or
 ii) included in his application a proposal to provide an access, or
 iii) include in his application his consent to the provision of LA’s right of
way

2. a) Define party wall survey.


Party wall is a wall on shared/common boundary of two adjacent lots involved. Party
wall survey can be defined as a survey that involved shop and housing lots to
determine the actual position of the party wall.

b) State four categories and explain how to measure party wall straightness of a building.
a. Straight wall and perpendicular
 Measurement to the centre of the wall at front and back of the building
should be done. Do double checking.
 Intersection point of party wall boundary line and control frame line
should be mark. Observed the intersection point and do double checking
Position of intersection point is determined by calculation.
 Running offset to details such as pillar and wall should be done on control
frame line.
 Offset to other details can be taken if needed
 Details on straight wall need not to be measured but do a remark for its
verification on diagram page.
b. Straight wall but not perpendicular
c. Not straight & irregular thickness of the wall

c) Describe the procedures on measuring party wall in a building that is straight but
not perpendicular.
 Methods in (1) above can be used but the salient point needs to be
determine by calculation (Rajah C).