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Top 5 property violations

The Ontario Landowner’s Association has released their list of the “Top five most outrageous examples of government infringement of property rights for 2010,” and we’re the first ones mentioned.

Under the heading “Summer Seminar squashed,” the OLA writes:

Marta and Lech Jaworski, who immigrated to this country from Poland, are in hot water with local government officials because they wanted to help their son Peter. They allowed Peter to host the Liberty Summer Seminar on their rural property near Orono, Ontario. The LSS is non-profit event that’s designed to help students learn and appreciate the concept of liberty. It’s a good thing. But on August 12, the Jaworskis were served with a summons. Local officials, acting on an anonymous complaint, claimed they had “allowed the use of land in an agricultural zone for a use other than a permitted residential use.” If convicted, the Jaworskis face a fine of up to $50,000. “Our family escaped Poland for fear of reprisals in 1984 after my Mom and Dad handed out pro-democracy and pro-freedom literature from under my baby carriage,” said Peter. “It’s ironic and upsetting that they may now be facing charges in Canada for allowing me to host an event in support of those very same principles.”

The Ontario Landowner’s Association has been helping us out since the very beginning. As soon as Jack MacLaren, then-president of the OLA, heard about the charges the Municipality of Clarington levelled against my mom and dad, he was immediately in touch with us, asking how he and the OLA, of which my mom and dad are proud members, can help. He came, along with several other OLA members, to our first court appearance.

Having the OLA’s support is vital if you’re squaring off against what seems like the local government Goliath. They’re support and help has been incredibly helpful.

Do read the rest of the Top Five most outrageous examples of government violations of property rights. There are so many other anecdotes like that that don’t get the kind of media attention that they should.

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