Permanent interventions are not allowed or authorized for the following: intervention agreements must be transferred to the new owner of the land when the property is sold. Staff also have the power to require the owner to register the encroachment agreement on ownership of the property. With the exception of soft landscaping, a road work permit is required before you can install an authorized intervention, but this permission is granted free of charge. Contact your district office to book a site visit by a statutory agent before starting your work. To apply for an intervention agreement, you must follow these steps: 6. Once the agreement is concluded, the applicant or his contractor can fill out an aggression authorization form for the construction of the plant. Deposit a cheque for $247.50 to be paid to the City of Lafayette to cover the authorization fee. Once the authorization (which covers the specific conditions and requirements for the construction of the works in the right of way of the city) is ready to be issued, an additional payment, usually of 2,500 USD, is due in the form of a refundable deposit, which can be returned after the satisfactory completion of the works covered by the authorization. Either the owner of the property or the tenant or occupant may request an intervention agreement; However, the contract must be signed by the owner of the property. You must hire a lawyer to enter into the intervention agreement. Examples of interventions that are not considered: If the proposed assaults meet the technical criteria, staff are responsible for adopting assault agreements for the permits described in Chapter 743 of the Toronto Municipal Code, Article IV. A permanent intervention agreement shall in no way be construed as a waiver of the city`s rights with respect to the city`s property and/or the city`s controlled property. The city reserves the right to withdraw the permanent intervention at any time with a reasonable period of time.
5. If your request is accepted, the assault agreement will be drawn up by the city and sent to you. You must perform the contract in the presence of a notary. Return the contract concluded and the necessary insurance certificates. Also add a legal description of your property (as indicated in the deed of promotion of the property). Before the city takes final steps to register the agreement against the property, all evidence of the required insurance must be in good condition. 1. Put a letter in which you request the intervention agreement, including why your case is a special circumstance in which intervention should be authorized and explaining how the location of the proposed work is considered a last resort.
Below is a list of the conditions normally included in the agreement and the owner must comply with the terms of the agreement. The terms of the contract include, but are not limited: intervention agreements are no longer required for: If your application is accepted, you will receive a digital copy of the draft intervention agreement for verification and execution. Landowners can request permanent intervention to use urban and/or controlled land. Below is a list of assaults for which the city can issue a permanent intervention. The list includes, but is not limited to: intervention agreements vary between 400 and 2,000 $US or more and may also require, depending on the type of intervention, the payment of an annual fee. To request a permanent intervention, complete the “application for permanent intervention” and send the completed application by e-mail to the Engineering and Public Works Department at the e-mail address noted in the form. . .