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  • 349 In determining all questions relating to compensation, the minister must be guided by the principle that as the survey was undertaken for the benefit of all registered owners within the special survey area, such registered owners should in proportion to the area of their respective parcels share any loss and any advantage occasioned by and accruing from the special survey, and that if for the general benefit or for the preservation of individual improvements the surveyor has reduced the area of any parcel, the registered owner should receive compensation from the registered owner benefited or from a general fund formed by payments from the registered owners benefited, as the case may be, and that any registered owner who has been benefited should contribute an adequate amount to the general fund or pay it to the registered owner who has suffered loss, as the case may be.

1979-219-349; 2003-66-35.