Government of New Brunswick
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  • Overview

    When a property no longer meets the needs of a particular government department, it is declared to be a "surplus" property and is transferred to this department for disposal.

    Eligibility

    The property is offered to other government departments to determine any interest. If no interest is shown, it may be offered to municipalities at market value and a sale negotiated. If no interest is shown, it may be offered for sale by Public Tender at market value. Adjacent landowner(s) are notified of the public tender. Should a property not successfully be disposed of by the above-mentioned process, it is marketed, or re-advertised for sale by Public Tender at a later date. Properties considered too small for stand-alone use, that cannot legally be registered to anyone other than adjacent landowners, are offered to adjacent landowner(s) at market value.

    Description

    This branch is responsible for the acquisition, disposal, leasing, management and marketing of government-owned property.

    When a property no longer meets the needs of a particular government department, it is declared to be a "surplus" property and is transferred to the department for disposal.

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    Fredericton