we  should educate the society about the question

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Lalith,

May be this is the simplest answer to your philosophical question:

Professionals must have formal knowledge (University), and therefore something that proves that we have it, here comes the degree or title, then a normal control of the profession by for example an association and there you got the license (or not).

Al these "filters" make that not anyone can be a professional, which by the way and at least for me, is not someone that is paid for the job.

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Anuar Aliz

  Land Survey council is the authority to issuing licence ,and Gazatted the names,and publish in    

 the  web ,but what i mean to say that there is no sound system to introduce leagal professional

 to the society , so its best to produce the licence before start any work,then only they understand,

  why License?

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