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Record no. 1084
Case name: Sequoia Springs West Development Corp. v. British Columbia (Minister of Transportation and Highways)
Date: 2006-03-20
Jurisdiction: Canada - British Columbia
Court: Expropriation Compensation Board
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  Sequoia Springs West Development Corporation   Claimant
  British Columbia (Minister of Transportation and Highways)   Authority
Before: Decision maker Title
Linsley, Martin A. Member
  Metcalf, Robert Member
  Taylor, M. Gwendolynne Member
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Alexander, L. John   Claimant
  Hincks, Alan V.W.   Authority
Experts: Name Occupation Appearing for
  Reid, David Landscape Architect Claimant
  Baur, A.J. Engineer Authority
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Decision: Re-hearing of an application by the Claimant to the British Columbia Expropriation Compensation Board for determination of compensation pursuant to the Expropriation Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 125. Partial taking of 29 ac. from a 234 ac. property located in Campbell River. The land was taken for purposes of the Island Highway. The re-hearing resulted from a successful appeal by the Claimant in relation to a claim for disturbance damages. The Claimant sought an award of $1,110,000 under this head. The Board awarded compensation in the amount of $114,000.
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Related decisions:      
  [2000] EXLAW 301 B.C. E.C.B. 2000-02-15
  [2000] EXLAW 325 B.C. C.A. 2000-08-24
  [2000] EXLAW 324 B.C. E.C.B. 2000-09-01
  [2001] EXLAW 304 B.C. E.C.B. 2001-01-26
  [2003] EXLAW 300 B.C. C.A. 2003-01-03
  [2006] EXLAW 315 B.C. C.A. 2006-09-27
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ExLaw citation: [2006] EXLAW 305
Parallel citations: (2006) 89 L.C.R. 33
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