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Provincially owned property that is not intended for future use may be declared surplus to the needs of Government and include such things as: Abandoned road beds; Properties acquired from the Department of Finance for nonpayment of property taxes; Houses or buildings acquired with a land purchase...
It is possible to lease provincially owned land from Government. The tenant must adhere to the terms and conditions of the lease agreement and carry adequate insurance, with Government named as an additional insured. If you are leasing land from Government, you should expect to: Pay an annual...
The Government of Prince Edward Island may purchase privately owned land for the construction or realignment of roads/highways, to build public institutions such as schools, hospitals and provincial housing, or to protect wildlife or environmentally sensitive areas. Any house or building(s)...
Every province is required to have a Criminal Code Review Board to make or review dispositions concerning any accused person who receives a court verdict of not criminally responsible by reason of mental disorder or is deemed unfit to stand trial., Who serves on the board?, The Criminal Code Review...