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The Province expropriated three acres of a nine-acre parcel in 1996 to create a highway interchange, but it had announced plans for the project in 1989. The owner took its claims for compensation to Expropriation Compensation Board.
It is, therefore, important for an owner to seek out counsel with experience in expropriation law, which is somewhat specialized. Indeed, a large volume of case law has developed in the field of expropriation law, resulting in a separate series of law reports and, in British Columbia (until its recent abolition), a specialized administrative tribunal called the Expropriation Compensation Board.