Expropriation Act

Version of section 44 from 2002-12-31 to 2011-11-28:


Marginal note:Appointment of trustee, etc., to act for persons under disability

  •  (1) The Court may, where a trustee, guardian or other person representing any person under a disability or any other persons including issue unborn is unable or unwilling to act on his or their behalf or where any such person or persons including issue unborn are not so represented, after such notice as the Court may direct, appoint a trustee, guardian or other person ad litem to act on his or their behalf for the purposes of this Act.

  • Marginal note:Protection of beneficiaries

    (2) The Court in making any appointment under subsection (1) may give such directions with respect to the disposal, application or investment of any compensation payable under this Act as it deems necessary to secure the interests of all persons having a claim thereto.

  • Marginal note:Contract, etc., binding

    (3) Any contract, agreement, release or receipt made or given by any person appointed under subsection (1) and any conveyance or other instrument made or given in pursuance of the contract or agreement is binding for all purposes on the person by whom and any person or persons including issue unborn on behalf of whom the contract, agreement, release or receipt is made or given.

  • R.S., c. 16(1st Supp.), s. 41
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