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Lembaga Juruukur Bahan Malaysia (LJBM) or the Board of Quantity Surveyors Malaysia (BQSM) is a statutory body, established by an Act of Parliament namely the Registration of Quantity Surveyors Act 1967 (also known as Quantity Surveyors Act 1967), responsible for:
i) the registration of Quantity Surveyors and firms and bodies corporate practising as consulting Quantity Surveyors; and
  ii) the regulation of the quantity surveying profession in Malaysia,
  with the aim of safeguarding the interests of the public and the rights of registered Quantity Surveyors and Quantity Surveying practices.

  Prior to 1982, LJBM was known as the Board of Surveyors which was set up under the Registration of Surveyors Act of 1967. The said Board of Surveyors was charged with the responsibilty of regulating of both the quantity surveying and valuation professions in the country. In 1981, amendments were made to the Registration of Surveyors Act of 1967 to rename it as the "Registration of Quantity Surveyors Act of 1967" and the Board of Surveyors as the "Board of Quantity Surveyors", also known as Lembaga Juruukur Bahan Malaysia in the national language.

  Amendments have been made to the Quantity Surveyors Act and the Quantity Surveying Rules from time to time with a view of further improving the statutory provisions regulating the quantity surveying profession.

  In order to safeguard the interests of the public, only suitably qualified persons are registered with the Board and are permitted to offer quantity surveying services. Besides sole proprietorships and partnerships, the Board also registers bodies corporate which provide consulting quantity surveying services. It also acts upon complaints against registered Quantity Surveyors who have infringed the code of professional conduct as laid down in the Quantity Surveying Rules which were gazetted in accordance with section 26 of the Quantity Surveyors Act 1967.

  It is hoped that with the role played by LJBM, the expectations of the public in terms of quality service to be provided by quantity surveyors in Malaysia can be met and as a result the interests of both the public and the profession can be adequately protected.

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