Resumption Compensation Agreement
If you decide not to accept the General Coordinator`s (GC) compensation offer, a GC representative will meet with you (and, if applicable, your legal representative) to negotiate a transaction. These negotiations are generally treated as “without prejudice” to the request or response of either party, in order to make the negotiations open and open and to improve the prospect of a solution to the problems, without the need to be heard by the Queensland Regional Court. Without prejudice to negotiations, negotiations are generally inadmissible in future disputes if they occur. Such negotiations shall also be considered confidential and should not be disclosed to third parties. When assessing the compensation paid to a landowner who has taken over part of his country, the GC will verify whether the exercise of legal powers by the GC has caused a “hurtful affection” to the rest of the land owner`s country. The duration of a claim varies from case to case and varies from week to year. Opening negotiations as soon as your claim has been filed, including attending an early transaction conference, often helps you get your compensation sooner. If you agree to the takeover of your country, an agreement may be entered into before or after a notice of intent to take back has been served on you. If you accept the takeover, the amount of compensation you will receive can be set later. However, if you also accept the General Coordinator`s (GC) offer of compensation, this will be included in your country`s takeover agreement. The GC prefers to negotiate with you in order to acquire your country by force through an agreement. Generally speaking, most government agencies will present you with an offer of compensation as soon as you claim compensation. You should seek legal advice if you receive an offer to ensure that it covers all the compensation you may claim.
If an agreement cannot be reached on the amount of compensation, either the General Coordinator (GC) or you, as the applicant, can apply to the Queensland Regional Court for a decision. The GC considers the Tribunal to be a last resort because of its very high financial costs for the applicants and the State. The GC has an excellent record of resolving cases through negotiations, with over 99% of cases settled in this way. This can be a much cheaper way to resolve compensation issues for both parties. If your opposition is successful, the country will not resume and you can return to your life. If your opposition fails, and sometimes even with the best representation, your country will be taken back. But this is not the end. If your country is readmitted, you will be entitled to compensation. .