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The Builders Lien Act protects participants in a construction project such as contractors, material suppliers, and individual workers by giving them several forms of security for payment for work done or materials ...
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Online platform to help separating parents make a parenting plan that’s in their kids' best interests. If parents can't agree, they can ask for a professional mediator to help them. Parents get a downloadable parenting ...
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A guide on basic rights designed for people who rely on public space and regularly interact with law enforcement figures, including police, bylaw officers, and private security guards, due to their living conditions.
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The BCLI conducted an international review of approaches to resolving workplace conflict and investigating the range of labour and employment conflict resolution systems in operation in other parts of Canada and select ...
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Some sectors, industries or types of workers in B.C. are subject to specific regulations that only apply to them. Includes information about agriculture, aquaculture, commission sales, domestics, employment agencies, ...
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An 8½-minute video clip excerpted from a 2-DVD set created by the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia. Using the fictional case of Dean and Saya, a couple separating after 17 years of marriage, this ...
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Describes Parents Legal Centres (PLCs), a Legal Aid BC service that provides a free lawyer and an advocate to help parents address child protection issues early on. The service is available to eligible parents any time ...
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The Employment Standards Act and Regulation set minimum standards of wages and working conditions in most workplaces in British Columbia. This page explains a number of provisions that limit or exclude coverage for ...
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When you file a Family Law Act application without notice to the other party in Provincial Court, you will be asked to fill out this form to help a judge determine the urgency of your application.
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