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Record no. 1877
Case name: Canada (Attorney General) v. Paradis
Date: 1887-06-16
Jurisdiction: Canada - Federal
Court: Exchequer Court of Canada
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  Paradis, Telesphore   Appellant
  Canada (Attorney General)   Respondent
Before: Decision maker Title
Taschereau, Sir Henri-Elzear J.
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  Bosse, J.G.   Appellant
  Hogg   Respondent
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Decision: Appeal by the owner and cross-appeal by the expropriating authority from an arbitration award of compensation following a partial expropriation of land pursuant to the Government Railways Act, 1881, S.C. 1881, c. 25. The land was taken for purposes of the Intercolonial Railway. The arbitrators had awarded $17,542 in compensation. The appeal was allowed and the arbitration award set aside. The court awarded $25,000 plus interest and costs.
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  [1889] EXLAW 1 S.C.C. 1889-01-15
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ExLaw citation: [1887] EXLAW 1
Parallel citations: (1887) 1 Ex. C.R. 191
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