Expropriation Act

Version of section 23 from 2011-11-29 to 2020-11-17:


Marginal note:Notice conclusive except against Crown

 Unless questioned by the Crown,

  • (a) a document purporting to be signed by the Minister shall be deemed to have been so signed;

  • (b) it shall be deemed that

    • (i) all of the interests or rights to which a notice of intention relates are,

    • (ii) a more limited interest or right only to which a notice of confirmation relates is, or

    • (iii) an interest or right stated in a notice of abandonment to be abandoned or the remainder of the interest or rights, as the case may be, is not or is no longer,

    in the opinion of the Minister required by the Crown for a public work or other public purpose; and

  • (c) it shall be deemed that, on being caused to be registered by the Attorney General of Canada in the office of the registrar where a notice of intention to expropriate an interest in land or immovable real right was registered, a document purporting to be a notice of confirmation of the intention to expropriate that interest or right or a more limited interest or right only in the land is a notice of confirmation of that intention then registered in accordance with this Part.

  • R.S., 1985, c. E-21, s. 23
  • 2011, c. 21, s. 141
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