LSLAP Manual: Public Complaint Procedures

This chapter on administrative law is used by law students handling cases at the LSLAP program’s legal clinics. It provides an overview of citizens’ rights, including the right to vote, and sets out the legal avenues available to individuals who believe that a government agency has acted improperly.

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UBC Law Students' Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)
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2015
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manuals & books
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LSLAP Manual, judicial review, civil liberties, complaint about the police, administrative tribunals, privacy rights, requesting your personal records, requesting government records, administrative law