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November 29th, 2011
Trans Tasman Reciprocal Agreement for Cadastral Surveyors

There is world-wide interest in the mutual recognition of surveying qualifications. Australia
and New Zealand have had an effective system of mutual recognition for cadastral surveyors in
place for almost 120 years. The Trans Tasman Reciprocal Agreement was established in 1892 by
the Melbourne Accord. In 2010 it was reaffirmed with a new and much simpler agreement, and
was formally agreed to by the six Australian states, the two Australian Territories and New Zealand surveyors’ boards. The agreement is overseen by the Council of Reciprocating Surveyors’ Boards of Australia and New Zealand (CRSBANZ). The system is complemented by legislation relating to mutual recognition in both countries. Read More