AOLE By-laws


The objectives of the Association of Ontario Land Economists are:

(a) To provide a body of persons competent to express opinions, give advice, undertake administrative services, create plans, assess feasibility, give expert testimony and arbitral services in all matters involving the “economics, use and development of real property,” as well as persons involved in the development of property assets.

(b) To establish, preserve, protect and promote the professional status of the members of the Association and to establish and recognize standards consistent therewith.


By-laws are a form of regulation that govern procedures and decisions of the Association of Ontario Land Economists and stipulate the requirements of membership. By-laws also allow the Association to undertake activities that promote and advance the profession of land economy.

By-laws approved at the AGM:

AOLE By-laws 2024