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New Limitation Act
The new Limitation Act comes into force June 1, 2013.
Supreme Court Civil and Family Rules
Amendments to the Supreme Court civil and family rules are now in effect. Learn more/access the updated forms on the Ministry of Justice website.
Notice to the Profession
On April 16, Bill 34 Limitation Act was introduced that will change the time limits for filing civil lawsuits in B.C.
CBABC Recognizes the New Civil and Family Rules as Result of Consultation
The Canadian Bar Association BC Branch (CBABC) recognizes today’s announcement by Attorney General Michael de Jong, QC and Supreme Court Chief Justice Donald Brenner of new civil and family justice reforms as the result of extensive consultation.
New Rules Amendments
Civil and Family Rules changes will be effective April 25. Masters, as well as judges, will be permitted to hear Trial Management Conferences in both civil and family cases; and certain Civil and Family Forms will be amended.