Natural Severance Case Being Appealed

In May, 2015, I wrote about a decision from the Superior Court of Justice in which a property was found to be severed naturally by a navigable watercourse – the Bear Creek (seeCourt Rules that Bear Creek was navigable in 1831). The case is now under appeal by the Municipality and a hearing has been scheduled for February 4, 2016 in Courtroom 2 at the Court of Appeal (Osgoode Hall) in Toronto.