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Justice Education Society of BC

The Justice Education Society is committed to improving the legal capability of British Columbians. We provide free legal help services every weekday. We also provide more legal education videos than any other BC PLEI organization. Each year, our programs and resources help more than 700,000 people.

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After Trial: Enforcing Court Orders

In general, when a judge makes an order, the parties must do what the judge has decided. Enforcing an order means making sure that what the court ordered is done, or executed. Usually you want to collect money that is ...
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Civil Law Guidebooks (Supreme Court of BC)

This site has guides for self-represented litigants for civil matters in the Supreme Court of BC. The guidebooks are grouped into process overview, getting started, before the trial, during the trial, and after the ...
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Overview: Limitation Periods

This guidebook provides an overview of time limits, limitation periods, and extension & suspension for civil law matters in BC Supreme Court.
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Overview: Legal Research

An introduction to legal research, including how to search for cases and where to find help.
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Overview: Get Help

An overview of hiring a lawyer, free and low cost legal help, and how to prepare for a meeting with a lawyer.
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Getting Started: Basics

Information about where to file, the difference between an action and a petition, filing fees, and serving documents.
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Getting Started: Appeals to the Supreme Court

Information on how to appeal decisions from Small Claims, the BC Provincial Court, and tribunals.
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Trial: Scheduling a Trial

An introduction on how to schedule a trial, as well as an overview of jury trials, trial management conferences, the trial record and certificate, and trial deadlines.
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Trial: Evidence

An introduction to different types of evidence, relevance, material facts and other basic information about evidence.
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Trial: Witnesses

An overview of witness basics, including information on preparing your witnesses and questioning your witnesses. This guide also introduces concepts like cross-examinations and hearsay.
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