Final submissions in the constitutional challenge against Ontario’s vague bylaw variance law

The OCLA is providing legal research support in Dr. Hadi Salmasian’s constitutional appeal against section 45(1) of Ontario’s Planning Act.

The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) appeal no. PL180613 will be heard and is open to the public here:

10:00 AM, Wednesday October 3, 2018, City Hall, Keefer Room, 110 Laurier Ave. W., Cartier Square, Ottawa, ON K2P 2L7

Two recent post give links to the previously filed documents and background:

OCLA supports opponents of Ontario’s vague and unfair planning law (Sep 5 2018) (LINK)

BLG lawyer asks LPAT to consider denying full right to appeal urban development decision (Sep 10 2018) (LINK)

The latest documents filed prior to the October 3 hearing are:

  • LPAT Directions regarding constitutional grounds in appeal PL180613 (LINK)
  • City of Ottawa submissions in LPAT appeal PL180613 – Sep 21 2018 (LINK), with Book of Authorities (LINK)
  • Appellant’s supplementary submissions (response to City) in LPAT appeal PL180613 – Sep 24 2018 (LINK)
  • Appellant’s anticipated witnesses for LPAT appeal PL180613 – Sep 26 2018 (LINK)
  • Appellant’s Book of Exhibits for LPAT appeal PL180613 – Oct 01 2018 (LINK)



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