The Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch (CBABC)

The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch (CBABC) is the essential ally and advocate of all members of the legal profession. The CBABC is the voice for the profession and serves its members and their interests in advocacy. It provides personal and professional development, and support to all members of the legal profession. The CBABC promotes fair justice systems, facilitates effective law reform, promotes equality in the legal profession, and is devoted to the elimination of discrimination.

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This script discusses being sued in small claims court. Topics include receiving a notice of claim, ways of responding to the notice of claim, filing a reply, what to do if you are denying the claim, and what happens if ...
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This script discusses motor vehicle insurance from the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (called ICBC). It also covers insurance benefits and other payments for those injured in a motor vehicle accident.
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Mandarin, Punjabi
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If your motor vehicle has been damaged in an accident, this script explains how you make an insurance claim with the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). It also explains what happens if you damage another ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Mandarin, Punjabi
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This script highlights key areas of law that differ for Aboriginal people in BC. Topics include who is a status Indian; how criminal law, family law and tax law differ for Aboriginals; Aboriginal wills and estates; and ...
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The Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees everyone certain legal rights. Some of these rights require every person accused of a crime to be treated in a just and fair manner. This script discusses these Charter ...
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Your first decision when you separate will be whether to move out yourself, or try to have your spouse or partner move out. This script covers who should move out, what you can take with you, whether you can lock your ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified)
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This script has information on residential tenancy. It also gives other information sources, including the Residential Tenancy Branch – called the Branch in this script. This BC government agency administers the ...
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Getting a small claims court judgment – whether at the end of a trial or settlement conference, or by default – is one thing. But getting it paid is something else. This script discusses what you can do if the person ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), Mandarin, Punjabi
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Buying a home can be complicated and there are risks to avoid. This script on buying a house covers hiring a realtor or lawyer, the purchase price, making the written offer to buy, getting a mortgage, removing ...
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Many people can't pay cash for consumer goods and get a loan or use a credit card. But if they can't make their payments, they face legal problems and their credit rating is often affected. People worry if their credit ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified)
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