The Land Compensation Board is a quasi-judicial board established by the Expropriation Act. 
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Compensation Hearings

If parties are unable to reach an agreement through facilitated negotiations, the Board may hold a hearing to resolve the dispute. Oral hearings are conducted by a panel of one to three Board Members and are open to the public. During the oral hearing, each side is given the opportunity to present evidence supporting their position and to rebut the other side’s evidence. This process somewhat resembles court proceedings, however, Board hearings are not as formal.

For more information about hearings, please refer to the following:

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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.