Representing Yourself in a Judicial Review - If You’re Being Evicted

This guide gives an overview of the judicial review process, from preparing and filing your documents to representing yourself in court. It also includes an appendix that specifically deals with what to do if you are being evicted from your home.

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tenants, eviction, dispute resolution hearing, dispute resolution officer, judicial review, indigent status, interim stay, indigency, arbitrator, residential tenancy, landlord