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Paul B. Scargall

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For over 25 years, Paul has been at the forefront of real estate litigation, with a focus on expropriation law. His practice has provided him with insights from all perspectives. He has even been expropriated personally; twice.

Paul successfully acts as legal counsel for landowners, local municipalities, cities and regional governments throughout the Greater Toronto Area, and across Ontario. He works to resolve real estate acquisitions/expropriations, infrastructure projects and development issues of all complexities. Paul’s appearances before the Ontario Municipal Board have involved issues concerning hydro lines, pipelines, rural road widenings, major infrastructure projects and most highway initiatives in Ontario. Such highway projects include Highway 7, 11, 26, 400, 401, 404, 410, 427, 407 and the QEW, and as well as major regional road projects where Paul acted for impacted landowners.

 Paul is consulted by other solicitors throughout Canada and the US for focused advice on real estate, expropriation law and other matters. Paul is recognized for his achievement in alternative dispute resolution and has been appointed as an independent arbitrator to determine real estate issues by both government and the private sector.

Paul is a member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations, the Advocates’ Society, the American Bar Association and the International Municipal Lawyers Association.  Paul has been an instructor for the Ontario Bar Admission courses and the Advocates’ Society, and has appeared as an instructor/lecturer before several professional organizations on various matters, including examination and cross-examination, and dealing with expert witnesses. Paul is a past director and past president of the Ontario Expropriation Association, a past director of the Children’s Aid Society Foundation of York Region and was appointed as a Deputy Judge for the Provincial Court, Civil Division in 1999.  Paul is currently a director and vice-chair of the Toronto Parking Authority Board (“TPA”).  As a TPA Board member, Paul chairs the Real Estate Development Committee and the Greening Committee. 

Paul and the team he leads at SOK are focused on finding creative, cost-effective solutions for their clients.  Calling upon his decades of professional practice and his continuing legal teaching, Paul provides informed, rational advice and effective representation.

May
03
2016
Article

PRIVATE RIGHTS, PUBLIC GOOD: BALANCING COMPETING INTERESTS UNDER EXPROPRIATION LAW

Introduction  "There is general agreement that the existence and the exercise of this power [to expropriate] in actual cases constitutes an invasion of civil rights in our current legal system.   Notwithstanding this, the pow......

Feb
05
2016
Article

Expropriation: The Legal Landscape Since Antrim

This paper begins with an overview of the expropriation process and the types of damages that may be claimed under the Ontario Expropriations Act4.

 

Year of Call

1988

Education

  • University of Toronto (J.D.)

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