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Record no. 1087
Case name: Jackson v. North Vancouver (City)
Date: 1914-02-23
Jurisdiction: Canada - British Columbia
Court: Court of Appeal
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  North Vancouver (City)   Appellant
  Jackson, Mr.   Respondent
Before: Decision maker Title
Galliher, William Alfred J.A.
  Irving, Paulus Aemilius J.A.
  Macdonald, James Alexander C.J.A.
  Martin, Archer Evans Stringer J.A.
  McPhillips, Albert Edward J.A.
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Ritchie, W.B.A.   Appellant
  Griffin, W. Martin   Respondent
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Decision: Appeal by an expropriating authority from an order appointing an arbitrator to assess compensation payable to the Respondent. The Appellant had lowered the grade of Third Street adjacent to the Respondent's property. The Respondent had sought compensation pursuant to s. 394 of the Municipal Act, R.S.B.C. 1911, c. 170, but the Authoppellant denied liability and refused to appoint an arbitrator, alleging that the Respondent did not have a registered interest in the property. It was held that the Respondent had an equitable interest in the property under a purchase agreement and was entitled to advance a claim for compensation. The appeal was dismissed.
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  Earlier
  [1913] EXLAW 2 B.C. S.C. 1913-06-27
  Later
 
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ExLaw citation: [1914] EXLAW 3
Parallel citations: [1914] B.C.J. No. 23
  (1914) 19 B.C.R. 147
  (1914) 16 D.L.R. 400
  (1914) 27 W.L.R. 456
  (1914) 6 W.W.R. 389
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Digests contain original content produced by ExLaw and copyright in this content is held by Dicta Legal Services Ltd. (dba Expropriation Law Centre). Reasons for decision are the text of original decisions released by the court or tribunal and edited for accuracy where required. No copyright is claimed for these materials.
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