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Record no. 490
Case name: Denault v. Barclay
Date: 2002-09-03
Jurisdiction: Canada - British Columbia
Court: Expropriation Compensation Board
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  Barclay, Mary Dawson   Claimant
  Barclay, Winston Churchill   Claimant
  Kana, Vincent Frank   Claimant
  Denault, Eugene   Authority
Before: Decision maker Designation
Shorthouse, Robert W.C. Chair
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Humphries, Thomas R.   Claimant
  O'Neill, Michael P.   Authority
Experts: Name Occupation Appearing for
  Penner, Bernard H. Engineer Authority
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Decision: Application to the British Columbia Expropriation Compensation Board pursuant to the Water Act, R.S.B.C. 1996, c. 483, for an order approving a proposed expropriation of an easement for a water pipeline. The applicant was the holder of a water licence authorizing diversion of water for domestic and irrigation purposes. The applicant's works had been in place for many years and there was an existing easement providing for the placement of a water pipeline and access over the respondent's property. However, the applicant sought to expand the easement area. After dealing with several procedural objections the Board determined that the expanded easement was not reasonably required by the applicant. The application was dismissed.
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Related decisions:      
  Earlier
  [2000] EXLAW 331 B.C. E.C.B. 2000-11-24
  Later
 
Neutral citation:
ExLaw citation: [2002] EXLAW 321
Parallel citations: (2002) 78 L.C.R. 288
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