A Practical Guide to the Ontario Land Tribunal

ebook Volume 1

By Bruce W. Krushelnicki

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Appearing before the Ontario Land Tribunal ("OLT") can be daunting. Procedures must be followed, and an understanding of the OLT itself is necessary. Former long-time Board member Bruce Krushelnicki and new co-authors Matthew Di Vona and Alexander Suriano have put all the information needed about appearing before the OLT into one unique resource.

A Practical Guide to the Ontario Land Tribunal, 3rd Edition answers four key questions:

  • What does the OLT do?
  • How is an appeal made?
  • How is a Tribunal hearing conducted?
  • How do you prepare for a Tribunal hearing?

    Formerly published as A Practical Guide to the Ontario Municipal Board, this updated publication is for anyone appearing before the Ontario Land Tribunal. It covers the different proceedings and mechanisms of the OLT, and offers practical expert advice on appearing in front of the Tribunal. It also features a special chapter on the future of the OLT in planning.

    What's New In This Edition

  • Additional insight from brand new co-authors Matthew A. Di Vona & Alexander J. Suriano
  • Fully revised and updated content since the previous edition was published over 15 years ago
  • A comprehensive review of the history, rationale and role of the Ontario Land Tribunal, and its evolution in the context of its predecessors the Ontario Municipal Board and the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal
  • Coverage of the sweeping legislative changes made to the law and the Tribunal's powers and procedures, including the amendments made through Bills 23 and 97

    Who Should Read This Book

  • Real property, planning and municipal lawyers who regularly advise on practice areas involving the Ontario Land Tribunal
  • In-house counsel who regularly deal with the Ontario Land Tribunal
  • Government officials who require an up-to-date resource for current regulations and procedures
  • Professors, law students and law libraries who require a reference work covering municipal boards and regulations
  • A Practical Guide to the Ontario Land Tribunal