32. The homologated order of the tribunal may be appealed from in the case of an order fixing the final expropriation indemnity or the indemnity payable from the establishment of a reserve for public purposes and if the depositions before the court have been taken by stenography.
The appeal may be brought by the expropriated party, the owner of the immoveable or the holder of the expropriated right when the indemnity awarded to him is at least one thousand dollars less than that claimed by him, and by the expropriating party or person who established the reserve, when the indemnity is at least one thousand dollars more than his offer.
It may also be appealed from on any question of law or jurisdiction, even when the amount of the indemnity is less than one thousand dollars more than the offer or one thousand dollars less than the indemnity claimed, and on any other matter of the tribunal’s jurisdiction, with leave of a judge of the Court of Appeal when, in the opinion of such judge, the question in dispute is one which should be submitted to the Court of Appeal.
Articles 491 to 525 of the Code of Civil Procedure apply mutatis mutandis to an appeal contemplated by this act.
1973, c. 38, s. 31; 1979, c. 37, s. 43.