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93.941 Signing Requirements—Surveyor General

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93.941 (1) If an electronic plan is submitted to the Surveyor General under section 93.94 and, in accordance with this Act or another enactment, the Surveyor General approves, accepts or confirms the electronic plan or certifies the electronic plan as an official plan, the Surveyor General must

  • (a) sign a copy of the electronic plan, or
  • (b) sign the electronic plan in accordance with this section.
  • (2) The Surveyor General may sign an electronic plan under subsection (1)(a) or (b) if
  • (a) the electronic plan is submitted to the Surveyor General under section 93.94, and
  • (b) this Act or another enactment does not require the Surveyor General to approve, accept or confirm a plan or certify a plan as an official plan.
  • (3) An electronic plan is signed for the purposes of subsection (1)(b) when the Surveyor General electronically signs the electronic plan in accordance with the requirements established by the Surveyor General.
  • (4) The incorporation of the electronic signature of the Surveyor General into an electronic plan is a certification by the Surveyor General
  • (a) that the requirements established under subsection (3) are met, and
  • (b) that the information contained in each notation, endorsement, statement or certification made by the Surveyor General and set out in the plan is correct.
  • (5) Despite any enactment or rule of law to the contrary, an electronic plan that has been signed by the Surveyor General in accordance with this section is conclusively deemed to be in writing and signed by the Surveyor General.

2006-24-20, effective July 21, 2006 (B.C. Reg. 229/2006); 2018-37-7, effective November 15, 2019 (B.C. Reg. 171/2019).