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Small Claims Procedural Guides

Guides from the BC Government: (1) What is Small Claims Court? (2) Making a Claim (3) Replying to a Claim (4) Serving Documents (5) Getting ready for Court (6) Getting Results (7) Mediation Program for ...
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Federal Licence/Passport Denial Fact Sheet

The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can notify the federal government when the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) has fallen $3,000 or more behind in support payments. The federal government will ...
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Recipient Enrollment Package

The enrolment package for the person receiving support (the recipient) to enroll in the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP). The package includes instructions on how to enroll as well as the application ...
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Federal Contraventions Violation Ticket

This site is aimed at people who have been given a federal contravention violation ticket. It explains what the options are, how to pay the ticket, how to dispute the ticket, and gives some contact information.
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Order a Court Transcript

This site gives brief instructions on ordering a transcript of a court hearing or a trial.
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Violation Ticket Forms (Including Motor Vehicle Act Offences)

This page has court forms for violation tickets, including motor vehicle offences. The forms are in a PDF format that can be filled out and printed.
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Get Cannabis Clarity

Non-medical cannabis will be legal in Canada as of October 17, 2018. Here, you’ll find information on the laws and regulations for BC.
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Overview of the Limitation Act

This video explains the basic and ultimate limitation periods in British Columbia's new Limitation Act, which came into force on June 1, 2013. The Limitation Act specifies how long a person has to bring forward a ...
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A Kids' Guide to Separation and Divorce

An interactive, animated kid's guide provides information for children, aged 5 to 12, on parental separation and divorce. It also includes a link to a guide for grown-ups.
Also available in: French
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Getting Results in Small Claims Court

This guide answers some questions about what happens in small claims after you have your court order stating what the judge says you are entitled to. If you have lost your case and have to pay, it will tell you what ...
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