Application Appeal

A decision of the FTLS Evaluation Committee can be appealed by candidates. The following outlines the process, timelines, documents required and who hears the appeal and makes the final decision.

FTLS Evaluation Committee

  • Reviews the recommendation from the interview panel
  • Accepts or refuses the recommendation in which case it is sent back to the panel for reconsideration
  • Decision emailed to candidate by the Registrar indicating the right to appeal the decision within 60 days

Appeal of the FTLS Evaluation Committee

An appeal of the FTLS Evaluation Committee is handled by the CBEPS Board of Directors. The Board of Directors members are representatives from all Canadian land surveying associations elected on the Board by their respective associations and representatives from Academia.

The CBEPS Board of Directors decision is final.

The process is as follows:

  • Candidate decide to appeal the decision within 60 days of the email from the Registrar sent informing the candidate of the decision and submit the request to
    • Documents to be provided for an appeal:
      • Completed appeal form;
      • Letter describing the arguments against the decision;
      • Documents supporting the appeal;
      • Appeal fee of $200.00 paid.
    • Registrar receives the appeal request and all required documentation and assemble a package for the Board of Directors containing all information related to the candidate including the appeal documentation within 5 working days.
    • CBEPS Board of Directors reviews the appeal and makes decision within 60 days and forwards to the Registrar its decision with its reasons.
    • The Registrar informs the candidate of the result(s) of the appeal in writing via email.
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Please provide information about the Appeal
(Provide information on what the appeal is about in a letter sent by e-mail to registrar@cbeps-cceag-ca)

Have a question?

    The practice of Land Surveying in Canada is generally defined as:

    • the determination, establishment or recording by any means of the positions of points, natural features or features made by persons on, over or under the surface of the earth
    • the determination of the form of the earth
    • to determine, locate, define, describe, establish or re-establish boundaries
    • it includes the preparation of maps, plans, systems and documents and the giving of advice with respect to any of the matters above.