The Surface Rights Board is a quasi-judicial tribunal that grants right of entry and assists landowners/occupants and operators resolve disputes about compensation when operators require access to private land or occupied crown land to develop subsurface resources such as oil, gas, and coal or to build and operate pipelines and power transmission lines.

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Maximize How does the Board determine the amount of compensation payable?
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Maximize Do I get reimbursed for any costs I incur?
Maximize How long do I have to wait for a compensation hearing?
Maximize How many Board Members sit a hearing?
Maximize What if I need the hearing date changed?
Maximize Where will the hearing be held?
Maximize What do I need to bring to the hearing?
Maximize Do I need to submit my evidence to the Board or the other party prior to the hearing?
Maximize What if I don’t like the Board’s Decision and award of compensation?
Maximize Who are the Board Members and what are their qualifications?
Maximize Can anyone attend a hearing?
Maximize What if the landowner and company agree as to the amount of compensation to be paid – will there still be a compensation hearing?
Maximize Can I speak to one of the Board Members that will be sitting at my hearing?
Maximize What if I don’t attend the hearing?
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