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25Mar
2011

Castlegar Successfully Defends Remedial Action

Local governments are becoming increasingly comfortable with the use of remedial action requirements to address nuisance properties in their communities. In fact, since Gill and New Westminster (City), 2002 BCSC 846, where the municipality learned the danger of overstepping its authority, there has not been a successful challenge of a remedial action requirement in British Columbia. Even in the Gill decision, the most important provisions in remedial action resolution made by New Westminster City Council remained untouched.

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