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Record no. 727
Case name: Empringham Catering Services Ltd. v. Regina (City)
Date: 2002-01-23
Jurisdiction: Canada - Saskatchewan
Court: Court of Appeal
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Parties: Name   Appearing as
  Empringham Catering Services Ltd.   Appellant
  Regina (City)   Respondent
Before: Decision maker Title
Bayda, Edward Dymetro C.J.S.
  Lane, John Gary J.A.
  Vancise, William John J.A.
Lawyers: Name   Appearing for
  Hrycan, Robert P.   Appellant
  Windsor, Barry W.   Respondent
Experts: Name Occupation Appearing for
  Holstein, Herbert H. Appraiser Appellant
  Dodge, William Appraiser Respondent
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Decision: Appeal from the dismissal of an action for damages. The Appellant had sought damages for termination of access to its property which was located adjacent to a limited access expressway. The Appellant operated a restaurant on the subject property. The access had been terminated by the Respondent pursuant to The Urban Municipality Act, 1984, S.S. 1983-84, c. U-11. The appeal was allowed and damages for injurious affection were assessed at $200,000 plus interest and costs.
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Related decisions:      
  Earlier
  [1997] EXLAW 16 Sask. Q.B. 1997-07-08
  [1999] EXLAW 13 Sask. Q.B. 1999-01-15
  Later
  [2002] EXLAW 14 S.C.C. 2002-10-24
Neutral citation: 2002 SKCA 16
ExLaw citation: [2002] EXLAW 13
Parallel citations: (2002) 111 A.C.W.S. (3d) 949
  (2002) 76 L.C.R. 161
  (2002) 26 M.P.L.R. (3d) 1
  [2002] S.J. No. 37
  (2002) 217 Sask. R. 138
  (2002) 265 W.A.C. 138
  [2002] 3 W.W.R. 286
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