Information About Law of the Lands – Farm, Energy and Enviro Law
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This case involves five freehold petroleum and natural gas (PNG) leases that cover most of a section of land in Alberta. The Plaintiffs are some of the current owners of the land plus a top-lessee, whose lease will only become effective if it is determined that the five existing... Read more »
Every so often, the question of whether a pipeline is subject to provincial regulation or to federal regulation (by the NEB) comes before the courts. The issue is now before the courts in Manitoba according to a recent decision of the Manitoba Court of Appeal. A number of landowners affe... Read more »
The Plaintiff company in this case from New Brunswick claimed that it had delivered 8 loads of wet corn to the Defendant company at harvest and that the Defendant company failed to pay for the corn. The Plaintiff valued the claim at over $33,000. The Defendant company denied th... Read more »
Justice Scanlan of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia heard an appeal of a decision of the Farm Practices Board (FPB) involving the following facts:The matter arose as a result of two instances where [JW] sprayed a field directly across the road from the [N] property with what I understand to hav... Read more »
The law decided in a recent case involving a municipal drain in the former Township of Ekfrid is not as interesting as the facts of the case. Justice Rady made a few rulings about the applicability of limitation periods and decided that only the municipality could be the subject of a... Read more »