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of distinction in the profession
to be appointed......
 
   
The Board has a tribunal known as
Estate Surveyors and Valuers
Disciplinary Tribunal which is......
 
   
Subject to section 15 and to the
rules made under section 6 (4)
of this Act a person shall be entitle......
 
   
The Nigeria Institute of Estate
Surveyors and Valuers
Provide the training skill, technical....
 
               
           
 
Panel reprimand Kinght Frank's Staff
FOR wrong use of forged letter headed
paper and failing to adhere to the
instructions of his
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An Advocate of continuous....
Elder William Odudu, the Founder /
Principal Partner of ODUDU & CO, a
registered Estate Surveying and
 

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 profession gained limelight in the country when, in 1969, a group of qualified
Chartered (General Practice) Surveyors formed what is known as the Nigeria
Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV), as a non-profit voluntary
professional organization to cater for the interests of the Landed profession in
Nigeria,Six years later,it was accorded Government recognition by the promulgation
of the Estate Surveyors and Valuers (Registration, ETC) Decree No. 24 of 1975,
now CAP III (Laws of the federal Republic of Nigeria) 1990

 
     
     
 
 
   
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