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The authorities have the right to enter onto your private property to conduct an assessment to determine whether the property is suitable and necessary to accommodate its construction or infrastructure projects. If so, you may be facing expropriation proceedings. The authorities are required to provide...

In undertaking various infrastructure projects, authorities are often required to purchase property interests. The local governing council is required to approve property acquisitions by an expropriating authority. At first instance, the expropriating authority must request approval from Council to request an application to expropriate lands...

The abundance of road, infrastructure and transit work ongoing in Ontario has created the need for the governmental authorities to purchase the property from private property owners in order to accommodate such construction. Light Rail Transit (LRT) projects are being built across Toronto, Hamilton, Mississauga and...

Employees that have been terminated from their employment are entitled to all forms of compensation during the reasonable notice period. All forms of compensation include base salary, commissions, incentive compensation, pension contributions, extended health and dental coverage, and any other forms of consideration provided by...

Upon receipt of the Notice of Application for Approval to Expropriate Land, each owner has 30 days to request an inquiry (Hearing of Necessity) as to whether the taking of the lands by the Region is fair, sound and reasonably necessary. If an owner requests...

If you are an “Owner” of a property (as defined by the Expropriations Act), which includes a property owner, tenant, mortgagee, and other interest holders, you have the right to compensation for your interest in the land should an expropriation ensue. Under the Expropriations Act, compensation...

Goldstein Law is an expropriation law firm in Toronto. If you have been informed by the Crown or another expropriating authority that your property will be subject to expropriation, contact the Goldstein Law firm today to discuss your rights and obligations. What is Expropriation? An expropriation (or...

Many employees will voluntarily apply for job positions and obtain employment on their own volition. However, in certain circumstances, a highly coveted employee may be recruited away from a long-term position for a new job with lofty promises.  These promises could include representations of long-term...