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August 9, 1960 Opiaot e
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Colonel Thomas C. Green
Texas State Board of Registration
for Professional Engineers
Opinion No. W-900
Dear Colonel Green:
Re: Does the license of a Regis-
tered Professional Engineer
legally permit him to engage
in the practice of land sur-
veying or the practice of land
measurement under circumstances,
Your letter requesting an opinion of this office has
beon reevved and reads in part as follows:
"Does the license of a Registered
Profesoa l nineer legally permit him
to engage in the practice of land survey-
ing or the practice of land measurement,
according to established recognized methods,
engaged in their practice as Registered
Professional Engineers, or services available
to the public, generally, for compensation
when such services are comprised of, among
other things, the determination by means of
surveying of the location or relocation of
land boundaries and land boundary corners;
the calculation of areas; the preparation
of field note descriptions of surveyed land;
the preparation of maps, showing the boun-
daries and areas of the subdivision of tracts
of land and smaller tracts; the preparation
of offloial plato or maps of said land or
subdivision in compliance with the laws of
the State of Texas and political subdivisions
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