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Record no. 1878
Case name: Canada (Attorney General) v. Paradis
Date: 1889-01-15
Jurisdiction: Canada - Federal
Court: Supreme Court of Canada
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  Canada (Attorney General)   Appellant
  Paradis, Telesphore   Respondent
Before: Decision maker Title
Fournier, Telesphore J.
  Gwynne, John Wellington J.
  Ritchie, Sir William Johnstone C.J.C.
  Strong, Samuel Henry J.
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Decision: Appeal by the Crown from a decision of the Exchequer Court allowing an appeal from an arbitration award of compensation for the 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 as compensation which was increased to $25,000 on the first appeal. On the present appeal the original award of the arbitrators was restored.
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  [1887] EXLAW 1 Ex. Ct 1887-06-16
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ExLaw citation: [1889] EXLAW 1
Parallel citations: (1889) 1 Ex. C.R. 229n
  (1889) 16 S.C.R. 716
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