THE St. Lucia Institute of Surveyors (ISSL) in association with the UK based Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) will next Wednesday hold a one-day session on the topic “Boundary Disputes and Neighbourly Problems” in the Conference Room of the Royal by Rex Resorts.
The session will be conducted by Mr. David Powel – FRICS, a Chartered Surveyor and Boundary Demarcation Expert based in the United Kingdom.
Mr.TedburtTheobalds, Vice President of the ISSL, said that the presentation would cover pertinent areas and will explain how to handle property disputes; managing expectations in boundary disputes, the limitations of deed plans and surveyors’ measurements;,internal (part-wall) boundary; long standing boundary features that may differ to deeds; liason between surveyors and lawyers, giving evidence in court, and marking out a boundary.
The session is open to persons who are interested in resolution of boundary disputes; these include those in the legal profession, surveyors, and students. Registration for the event can be done by calling 758-713-0118 or 460-0111 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.:
Powell was born and educated in Birmingham, England. He is qualified as a land surveyor, with over 15 years experience.
He currently owns a firm in the UK and operates as a consultant throughout Europe and further afield.
Powell was a founding member of the RICS Boundaries and Party Walls Panel, is a past chairman of the land surveying division of the RICS, was a founding member the Land Registry Committee and the current author of the “ Ansley’s Boundary Disputes” series of books.