As Expropriation Law experts serving Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area, we offer advice to property and business owners and commercial/residential tenants in the following matters:
As defined in the Expropriations Act, expropriation is the taking of land by the government in the exercise of its statutory power, without the consent of the property owner. In Ontario, a variety of public entities, including the provincial government and all municipalities, have the power to expropriate land.
Historically, all land in Canada belonged to the Crown. Large sections of that land were subsequently sold to private citizens or corporations for use.
Expropriation occurs when the government determines that it requires some or all of that land back for public use. Examples of public use include construction, creation, or expansion of:
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If your property is going to be expropriated, contact the highly experienced and strategic Toronto expropriation lawyers at Goldstein Law. Our expert expropriation lawyers represent property owners, business owners, and others affected by expropriation – never the government or other expropriating bodies. We help you secure more money than what was originally offered by the government for your commercial or residential property. Call us at 647-838-6740 or contact us online for a free consultation.
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