Government of New Brunswick

The surplus list is where you will find properties that have been previously advertised for public tender, with no acceptable bid being received.  These properties are now open to offers.

Please note offers can be forwarded without deposits being included; however a 10% non-refundable deposit (in Canadian dollars) will be required prior to the offer being recommended for acceptance.

As the deposit is non-refundable, bidders are encouraged to inspect the property prior to placing an offer.

The successful purchaser will be responsible for the payment of H.S.T.; where applicable, and all document preparation and related fee, at the date of closing.

This office does not hold responsibility for the accuracy of information shown on the maps below.

Maps should not be used for legal purposes and are for reference only.


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File No: 02-1727
Notice of sale for removal - House & outbuilding
Location: 9269 Route 107, Gordonsville, N.B.
Additional Information:
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For inspection, contact Transportation and Infrastructure’s Glassville Office, at (506) 246-2001.

A 10% non-refundable deposit (in Canadian dollars), as well as a clean-up deposit in the amount of $2,000, in the form of a money order, certified cheque, or bank draft, both payable to “Minister of Finance”, will be required prior to the offer being recommended for acceptance

All debris resulting from the removal of the assets must be properly disposed of. The clean-up deposit will be refunded once the site has been leveled and cleaned to the satisfaction of the District Engineer.

The purchaser will be responsible for obtaining all permits required to remove the asset. The purchaser shall obtain public liability insurance in an amount not less than Five Million Dollars ($5,000,000), protecting His Majesty the King in Right of the Province of New Brunswick as represented by the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure from all claims arising from this removal. The purchaser shall provide a copy or the policy confirming such protection.

The purchaser will have 30 days from the date on the Bill of Sale to remove the asset from the property. The Province reserves the right to take any action it deems necessary in the event the asset remains on the property after 30 days.