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Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise
Woman making a frame around the sun with her hands at sunrise

“Disguised expropriation” issues in an era of large infrastructure projects

Mar 22, 2019 Events < 1 read

March 22, 2019
7:45 am (ET) – 9:15 am
Montréal, Québec

Venue
McMillan Montréal Office
1000, Sherbrooke Street West, 27th floor
Montréal, QC H3A 3G4

As large public infrastructure and park projects multiply, developers, landowners and business owners are increasingly likely to face government authorities seeking to obtain some or all of their land.

Using examples from their current files, Mr. Collins and Mr. Pascu will present several cases which can be tied to the concept of “disguised expropriation”. Participants will benefit from the advice of the panelists on the steps to be taken when facing public authorities and the compensation they can expect.

Agenda 

7:45 am | Registration and Breakfast
8:00 am – 9:00 am | Panel Discussion
9:00 am | Q & A
9:15 am | Event closing and networking

*This seminar is recognized as CLE by the Quebec Bar.

Panellists

Michel Collins
Urban Planner, BC2

Andrei Pascu
Associate, McMillan

Moderator

Hannah Alibay
Urban Planning Master’s Candidate
Member of the Sainte-Catherine Ouest Project for the City of Montreal

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