May Easement Course 2 Pack & Chapter AGM

Join May 11th and 12th for two great courses and our Chapter AGM

Courses to be held at NS Government Department of Public Works offices located at the Johnston Building, 1672 Granville Street, Halifax, NS. Complete the forms below and contact Brenda Boyle at to register. Space limited to 20 participants.

AGM to be held at the Halifax Central Library. Further details and AGM schedule to come.

802C Legal Aspects of Easement will be held Thursday May 11th and instructed by Ryan Seymour.

T. Ryan Seymour, J.D., RWA is Manager of Real Estate for the growing City of Fredericton, the capital of New Brunswick. He is responsible for the management of the City’s real estate assets, including acquisition of properties for infrastructure and capital projects and disposal of surplus properties. Prior to joining the municipality, Ryan served as in-house counsel for a commercial real estate company with holdings throughout Eastern Canada, Quebec, Ontario and New England. Ryan also practiced law for 6 years at a large regional law firm, where his focus was in the areas of property and business (corporate/commercial) law. Ryan attended Queen’s University Faculty of Law where he obtained a Juris Doctor degree, and also spent time at the University of Groningen in Groningen, the Netherlands, where he studied International Contract Law during his third year. Prior to law school, Ryan majored in Government and Legal Studies at Bowdoin College in the United States. Ryan is chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s New Brunswick Property Law section and recently became a certified Right-of-Way Agent and CLIMB Instructor through the IRWA.

403 Easement Valuation will be held Friday May 12th and instructed by Jay Wong;

Jay Wong, AACI. P.App, PLE, SR/WA, R/W-AC has over 32 years of experience as a professional appraiser with expertise in providing support in complex real estate assignments for litigation, arbitration and expropriation matters to both government agencies and the private sector. His experience included the valuation and advisory for land-related matters in the energy sector for several transmission corridors, pipelines, hydro facilities, and co-generation plants throughout Ontario. More recently, he has provided expert real estate support for a nuclear waste agency. Jay also has experience in providing valuation and quantification of damages to both agencies and claimants for rail corridors, road-widening projects, rapid transit corridors and new subway projects which routinely involve high-Density land use and Transit Oriented Developments. Jay was previously IRWA Chapter 29’s President and currently serves as Chair of Region 8.

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