Appraisement over compensation
In connection with a land consolidation case the court can administer appraisement over compensation for expropriation and restrictions on the use of property.
The land consolidation court can, in addition, handle different types of appraisements as separate cases. In most cases the jurisdiction is limited to areas that do not have a development plan, or are regulated as agriculture, natural spaces, and outdoor recreational areas in the municipal master plan.
Appraisement for private roads
Where the parties are given compensation for land through the new road or a share in an existing road.
Appraisement for fences
Where the court has to decide if a joint fence between properties is to be established and the division of costs.
Appraisement according to the Act of Easements
Where a determination of compensation must be made for the elimination of rights that obstruct the use of a property.
Where the parties agree that the land consolidation court will determine compensation in connection with expropriation.