There shall be in the Department of Consumer Protection a Survey and Map Standards Advisory Committee, which shall consist of six persons appointed by the Commissioner of Consumer Protection, two of whom shall be members of the board who hold licenses as land surveyors and who primarily engage in the private practice of land surveying, one of whom shall be a licensed land surveyor actively engaged in the private practice of land surveying, two of whom shall be selected from a list of three licensed land surveyors submitted by the Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors, and the director of the legal division of the Department of Consumer Protection. The members of the committee shall serve at the commissioner’s pleasure. The members shall not be compensated for their services. The committee shall make recommendations to the commissioner concerning minimum standards of accuracy, content and certifications for surveys and maps. In consultation with the committee, the commissioner shall adopt regulations, in accordance with chapter 54, establishing such minimum standards of accuracy, content and certifications for surveys and maps.
Terms Used In Connecticut General Statutes 20-300b
- Board: means the State Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors appointed under the provisions of section 20-300. See Connecticut General Statutes 20-299
- Land surveyor: means a person who is qualified by knowledge of mathematics, physical and applied sciences and the principles of land surveying, and who is licensed under this chapter to practice or offer to practice the profession of land surveying, including, but not limited to: (A) Measuring, evaluating or mapping elevations, topography, planimetric features or land areas of any portion of the earth's surface. See Connecticut General Statutes 20-299