52. (1) A land surveyor determining the boundaries shall, when he has finished his operations, draw up a minute declaring therein on pain of nullity:
(a) the judical district where the bounded real estate is situated;
(b) the date on which the boundary operations are carried out;
(c) the names of the parties to the boundary determination, their qualities, and residences;
(d) his name, his right to practice the profession of land surveyor and the address of his office;
(e) the titles and documents which he has examined;
(f) under what authority he has placed the boundary markers;
(g) the presence of the parties at the operations, or their authorized representatives, or in their absence, the names and qualities of the witnesses who were present at the placing of the boundary markers;
(h) the operations which he has carried out, including the referencing;
(i) the names of the assistants, mentioning their swearing-in, if necessary, their ages and domiciles;
(j) information helpful in locating and ascertaining the identity of the boundary markers which he has placed and the lines which he has established;
(k) the date on which he draws up such minutes, the date and place of the signature of the parties, if necessary, and the number he gives his minutes.
Instead of recording the information contemplated in the above subparagraphs e and h, the land surveyor may annex to his minutes a copy of the report that he has prepared in accordance with article 789 of the Code of Civil Procedure (chapter C-25) and refer to it.