Common QuestionsI’m preparing for a tribunal. Where can I find out what to do?
A tribunal is a special body or board of adjudicators that can hear complaints and make decisions in a specific area of the law. In some cases, a tribunal acts in place of the court to solve disputes (conflicts) or determine rights.
- Administrative Tribunals (BC Admin Law Directory) , from Justice Education Society of BC, has information about what administrative tribunals are, how they function, and how to prepare for them.
- LSLAP Manual: Public Complaints Procedures, from the UBC Law Students Legal Advice Program, has a section on review of Provincial Court and tribunal decisions.
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