Delivering Fair and Effective Dispute Resolution Services


ELTO brings together six Ontario tribunals and boards which adjudicate matters related to land use planning, environmental and heritage protection, property assessment, land valuation, mining and other matters.

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December 14, 2018

Tribunals Ontario

Our Tribunals


ARB

Assessment Review Board (ARB)

The Assessment Review Board (ARB) hears property assessment appeals to ensure that properties are assessed and classified in accordance with the Assessment Act. About the ARB
BON

Board of Negotiation (BON)

The Board of Negotiation (BON) conducts voluntary mediation of disputes over the value of land expropriated by a public authority. If no settlement is reached, the matter may be appealed to LPAT. About the BON
CRB

Conservation Review Board (CRB)

The Conservation Review Board (CRB) deals with disputes over properties that may demonstrate cultural heritage value or interest and disputes regarding archaeological licensing. About the CRB
ERT

Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT)

The Environmental Review Tribunal (ERT) hears applications and appeals under numerous environmental and planning statutes. It also functions as the Niagara Escarpment Hearing Office and the Office of Consolidated Hearings. About the ERT
LPAT

Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT)

The Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) hears cases in relation to a range of municipal planning, financial and land matters, including official plans, zoning by-laws, and other issues assigned to the Tribunal by numerous Ontario statutes. About the LPAT
MLT

Mining and Lands Tribunal (MLT)

The Mining and Lands Tribunal (MLT) is responsible for hearing and deciding matters under legislation administered by the Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. About the MLT
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