Board Membership
A Chairman who must be a person of distinction in the profession to be appointed by the Commissioner (now Minister) on the recommendation of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (hereafter in this Decree referred to as “The Institution”)
Disciplinary Power
The Tribunal is a court of appellate jurisdiction. This is because its verdicts are only appeal-able in the Supreme Court of Nigeria.It is headed by the Chairman of the Board and its membership comprises experience elders of the noble profession
Registration
In 1954, the first Nigerian Estate Surveyor and Valuer, John Wood Ekpeyong, graduated from the University of London with B.Sc degree in Estate Management. Since then, the profession has witnessed phenomenal and tremendous growth
The Board & Other Bodies
The Nigeria Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers provides the training skill, technical know-how and development for persons aspiring to become Estate Surveyors and Valuers.Thereafter the associate members of the institution are...