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New Ways to Protect Heritage Properties
In 2005, the Government of Ontario passed comprehensive amendments to the Ontario Heritage Act. These long-awaited changes give municipalities new powers to protect their heritage properties and communities. Successful protection depends on municipalities using these powers wisely.
Ontario Heritage Act&; Commentary is the only dedicated research source on these amendments. Municipal lawyer Eileen P.K. Costello, of Aird&; Berlis LLP, gives you:
Section-by-section analysis of the Act - Discover exactly how the Act has changed to provide enhanced powers to municipal councils and the Minister of Culture
Overview of recent significant changes - Learn how the Act affects your role, whether you advise municipalities or act for owners of heritage properties
Commentary on case law - Examine how the Ontario Municipal Board, the Conservation Review Board and courts have interpreted and applied the Act in respect ofb heritage properties from Ontario municipalities of all sizes
Complete text of the Act - Quickly find sections, plus the rules of practice and procedure for hearings under the Act
Table of concordance - Easily track legislative changes
Appeal charts - Plan an effective appeal strategy Analysis of Important Changes
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