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Record no. 413
Case name: British Columbia (Attorney General) v. Perry Ridge Water Users Association
Date: 2000-11-28
Jurisdiction: Canada - British Columbia
Court: Supreme Court
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  British Columbia (Attorney General)   Plaintiff
  British Columbia (Minister of Forests)   Plaintiff
  Blackie, Sandy   Defendant
  Doe, Jane   Defendant
  Doe, John   Defendant
  Greengrass, Austin   Defendant
  Nixon, Frank   Defendant
  Perry Ridge Water Users Association   Defendant
  Retterath, Guenther   Defendant
  Stevenson, Pam   Defendant
Before: Decision maker Designation
McEwan, T. Mark J.
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Hunter, John J.L.   Plaintiff
  McGee, Kenyon   Defendant
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Decision: Clarification of an earlier ruling in a dispute over ownership of land. The court found in its previous ruling that the authority had expropriated a strip of land for a road in 1984. The road had been expropriated by the publication of a notice in the B.C. Gazette as required by the legislation in effect in 1984. In the present decision, the court was asked to expand on the precise nature of the interest acquired by the authority. It was found to be equivalent to a fee simple interest in the land.
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Related decisions:      
  Earlier
  [2000] EXLAW 316 B.C. S.C. 2000-06-16
  Later
  [2001] EXLAW 346 B.C. C.A. 2001-03-16
  [2003] EXLAW 315 B.C. C.A. 2003-05-09
Neutral citation: 2000 BCSC 1357
ExLaw citation: [2000] EXLAW 333
Parallel citations: (2000) 101 A.C.W.S. (3d) 635
  [2000] B.C.J. No. 2419
  (2000) 71 L.C.R. 168
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