If a neighbour or developer comes to you to offer a crane swing or to support an easement, we can help you ensure that your interests are protected and that you get an agreement on fair and reasonable terms. One of our starting positions will be that the neighbor or developer will pay all your legal and other fees to verify and close the deal, so there should be no costs or financial risks for you, whether or not an agreement is made. If the crane oscillation and the underlying service contract are registered with the Land Title Office, you want the easement to be discharged at the end of the service life. Often this is overlooked and forgotten at the end of development, and it can be frustrating for an owner to have to chase the parts away for a swing release and the underlying servitude. If the land to be developed is divided into many layers, it can be very difficult, if not logistically impossible, to coordinate the alleviation of servitude. In order to avoid this frustration, it should be explicitly stated in the easement that at the end of the life span, the easement expires and should be discharged from the ownership of the property without the need to sign a relief and submit it to the Land Title Office. The applicant, a landowner in Skipper Properties AG against Zurich Versicherungs-Gesellschaft AG, 2015 BCSC 225, recently learned the hard way that the type of insurance offered under an easement contract requires special attention. Below are some things to keep in mind when approaching for a crane swing and a basic agreement on your property. (f) the outside of the pile and poaching (on the attack surfaces) filled with granular materials; see, where applicable, paragraph 10(b); (c) BCH will at any time in the future authorize the City of Toronto to enter BCH`s lands in order to facilitate the removal of caissons and shoring or the future use of caissons and shoring in connection with a future renovation of the City of Toronto`s lands, and BCH will bear the costs of registering such consent on BCH`s property; (h) stop excavation if the scaffolding boxes move vertically or horizontally; In this case, the claimant had granted a developer crane and support capacity.
A term of the service contract provided that the proponent had to include the applicant as a designated insured as part of the proponent`s broad general liability policy.