85. The establishment of a reserve allows indemnity which is computed according to the damage actually sustained and directly caused by the establishment of the reserve.
The indemnity is fixed after the reserve has been abandoned or cancelled or has expired, or as soon as the immoveable or real right is expropriated, on motion to the tribunal by the owner, the holder of the real right or, as the case may be, the lessee under a registered lease.
The indemnity payable following the establishment of a reserve may not include an amount for the use which the owner of the reserved property could have made without such reserve.
1973, c. 38, s. 84; 1975, c. 47, s. 6.