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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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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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Serving Documents in Small Claims Court

Getting the paperwork from one person to another in a lawsuit is called "service of documents." This guide explains the small claims court rules for serving documents and tries to answer some questions you may have.
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Federal Interception

The Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can take certain actions to make sure the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) makes his or her support payments. One of those actions is to "intercept" money owed ...
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Payors – Child Support for Children Over the Age of Majority Fact Sheet

Information for the person paying support (the payor) about how long child support has to be paid for children over the age of majority.
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Maintenance Lien Fact Sheet

Where the person who is supposed to pay support (the payor) falls behind in support payments, the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program can register a maintenance lien against the payor's personal property, such as a ...
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Protection Orders - Questions and Answers

Read about what a protection order is, when you should get one, how it will protect you, and who you can speak with to get more information about how to apply for one.
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Court Documents: File by Fax

Some court documents can be submitted (also referred to as “filing”) by fax. However, not all courthouses are set up to accept faxed documents and certain documents cannot be submitted by fax. See what locations ...
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Family Maintenance Enforcement Program: Payors – What You Need to Know

This page provides information for the person paying support (the payor) under an order or agreement that has been filed with the Family Maintenance Enforcement Program (FMEP). This page explains what the FMEP does, ...
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Jury Duty

This site contains information most people will want after receiving a jury summons. Information here can help answer many general questions people may have about jury duty.
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