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North Carolina Rules and Laws  



In order to safeguard life, health, and property, and to promote the public welfare, the practice of engineering and land surveying in North Carolina are subject to regulation. The North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors is responsible for implementation of the North Carolina General Statute 89C and for making and enforcing rules as they pertain to the practice of engineering and land surveying in the State of North Carolina. The following documents specify these rules and laws:

Board Rules (Title 21, Chapter 56, NCAC)

North Carolina Engineering and Land Surveying Act (NCGS 89C)

MiniBrooks Act (NCGS 143-64.31-143-64.34)

Mapping Requirements for Recordable Maps (NCGS 47-30 with revisions effective 7-1-2017)

Professional Corporation Act (NCGS 55B)

Periodic Review of Rules