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Expropriation Act

Version of section 7 from 2011-11-29 to 2023-09-19:

Marginal note:Nature of interests that may be set out in notice — provinces other than Quebec

 In Canada elsewhere than in Quebec, a notice of intention may set out, as the nature of the interest intended to be expropriated, any estate or interest in land, including, without restricting the generality of the foregoing,

  • (a) an interest limited as to time or by condition or otherwise;

  • (b) an easement, profit or other servitude;

  • (c) any right to, over or in respect of land that might be conferred by the owner of the land, whether or not that right, if conferred by the owner, could be asserted against a subsequent owner of the land;

  • (d) any restriction on the use of land that might be assumed by covenant or other agreement, whether or not that restriction, if assumed by the owner of the land, could be asserted against a subsequent owner thereof; and

  • (e) the exclusive possession of land for a limited time or for a definite or indefinite period, subject to any conditions or limitations that may be specified in the notice.

  • R.S., 1985, c. E-21, s. 7
  • 2011, c. 21, s. 130
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