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Recorded webinar on the New Societies Act Transition. (Part 1)
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An informational page on how a bill becomes law in Canada, including information on 'What is a Bill', 'What Stages must a bill pass in order to become law', 'When does an act come into force' and 'What happens if a bill ...
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A resource describing: 'What is a bill', 'What stages a bill must pass to become law', 'When an Act comes into force', and 'What happens if a bill is not passed'.
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The Societies Act (Bill 24) was first introduced by the BC Governement on March 25, 2015. It passed all three readings and recieved Royal Assent on May 14, 2015. This is our legislative guide.
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Recorded webinar on the New Societies Act Transition. (Part 2)
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On April 16, 2012, Bill 34: the Limitation Act, was introduced by the BC government. It passed all three readings and received Royal Assent on May 14, 2012. The new Limitation Act makes the law easier to understand ...
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The Franchises Act (Bill 38) was first introduced by the BC Government on October 1, 2015. It passed all three readings and was proclaimed in force on February 1, 2017 (BC Reg 238/2016). The Act and regulations create a ...
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On November 14, 2011, BC's Attorney General introduced Bill 16, a bill that proposed fundamental changes family law in BC. On March 18, 2013, the Family Law Act, SBC 2011, c. 25, replaced the Family Relations Act that ...
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