—(1) The Chief Surveyor shall have and may exercise the following powers:
to carry out a cadastral survey of any parcel of land for the purposes of this Act or any other written law and do anything reasonably necessary for the carrying out of the survey including all or any of the following:
to carry out any preparatory work on the land and any adjacent land;
to mark out the boundaries of the land;
to place boundary marks on the land and any adjacent land;
to alter, repair or remove any boundary mark placed on the land;
to remove or destroy trees, crops, fences and other property on the land and any adjacent land;
to establish a survey control mark on any parcel of land and to enter on the land and any adjacent land to do all things reasonably necessary for the establishment, protection, maintenance, repair, alteration or removal of the mark; and
in respect of a cadastral survey of any parcel of land carried out and submitted by a registered surveyor —
to undertake field checks at any time;
to make such computations, from the field books, calculation sheets and survey data deposited, as are necessary to prove the accuracy of the survey, the dimensions, areas, geographical position and the emplacement of boundary marks on the parcel of land; and
to give any direction to the registered surveyor of the survey made by him.
(2) In the exercise of the powers conferred by subsection (1), the Chief Surveyor and survey officer shall have the right of access to and entry upon any land, foreshore or seabed.