Application Types

Overviews of the Land Compensation Board's processes and requirements.

Resolving Disputes

Information on the Board's dispute resolution options and processes.


Guidelines, information, helpful links, and FAQs to assist in understanding the Board’s processes.


The Land Compensation Board is a quasi-judicial board established by the Expropriation Act. The role of the Board is, in certain circumstances, to inquire into and decide whether an expropriation should proceed; and to determine compensation payable where land has been expropriated by an authority and the parties do not agree. 


Expropriation Process

A step-by-step guide on the Board's expropriation processes set out by the Expropriation Act, Regulations (Rules of Procedure and Practice, Forms Regulation), and other legislation. View More >>


Information on the applications that can be made to the Board to resolve compensation issues and other matters. View More >> 

Resolving Disputes

Information on the Board's various dispute resolution options and processes. Some of these processes include: pre-hearing dispute resolution conferences, mediation, and compensation hearings. View More >> 


Guidelines, information, FAQs and helpful links to assist in understanding the Board's processes. View More >> 

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This website provides general guidance only and is not offered as legal advice. Each case is unique. The details on this website may not apply to every case, or to future decisions of the Board. Please contact the Land Compensation Board office if you have any questions.