Until the coming into force of the provisions of section 212 of chapter 40 of the statutes of 1994 having the effect of repealing the provisions of subparagraphs c, d, e, f, g and h of the first paragraph and those of the second paragraph of this section, it shall be read as follows:
Every person is entitled to obtain a permit who applies therefor and who:
(a) (subparagraph replaced);
(b) (subparagraph replaced);
(c) holds a diploma recognized as valid for such purpose in accordance with the Professional Code;
(d) has passed the examination for admission to the practice of the profession;
(e) has complied with the requirements of the professional training periods prescribed by the Order;
(f) has done, to the satisfaction of the Committee of Examiners, a survey operation in the field and has made a plan and a report including field-notes thereof;
(g) has paid the dues fixed by the regulations of the board of directors;
(h) has filed a specimen of his signature in the office of the secretary of the Order.
Notwithstanding paragraphs b, c and e, any person who, before 1 February 1974, was the holder of a certificate for admission to the study of land surveying authorizing him to become articled to a master land surveyor is entitled to obtain a permit if he meets the conditions mentioned in paragraphs a, d, f, g and h and those determined by the board of directors under paragraph i of section 13.
(1994, c. 40, s. 471; Order in Council 1354-94 dated 7 September 1994, (1994) 126 G.O. 2, 4101).