What is the BC provincial court?

British Columbia
Provincial Court of British Columbia/Province

What does APG mean in court findings?

Abbr. provincial act description

Abbreviation Act name
APA Agriculture Protection Act
APG Agricultural Produce Grading Act
APP Apprenticeship Act
AQR Aquaculture Regulation

What is fxd in court?

FXD. To Fix a Date. P/S. Used when a matter is adjourned for the purpose of setting a trial or hearing date.

How many provincial courts are there in BC?

There are three levels of court in British Columbia, the Provincial Court, the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeal. The BC Superior Courts consist of the BC Court of Appeal and the BC Supreme Court. Appeals from the Court of Appeal go to the Supreme Court of Canada, which is located in Ottawa.

What are the 4 levels of court in Canada?

Canada has four levels of court: the Supreme Court of Canada; the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, as well as provincial and territorial courts of appeal; provincial and territorial superior courts; and provincial and territorial (lower) courts.

What does SBS mean in BC court?

SBS. Scheduled by a Trial Scheduler.

What does CCC mean in court?

A Neutral Citation Standard for Case Law. — Summary — By Frédéric PELLETIER. The Canadian Citation Committee (CCC) modified the standard on December 18, 2000. The “§” character has been replaced by “¶” as the symbol for paragraph referencing.

How does the court system work in BC?

The accused individual can be tried by the B.C. Provincial or Supreme court. Court lists for criminal hearings are available daily by 6:30 am (PST). Civil court matters include things like family law, divorce, appeals and small claims. Civil court lists are updated daily by 6:00 am (PST).

How do I find a BC Provincial Court judgement?

In a high-profile case, written reasons may be posted on the home page of the Court’s website www.provincialcourt.bc.ca under “Recent Judgments”, for the first few days after they are issued until they can be posted on CanLII. Use the “Search Judgments” button to find BC Provincial Court judgments on CanLII.

Where are the courts in BC for criminal cases?

Courthouse location and court type 1 100 Mile House 2 Abbotsford. [email protected] 3 Anahim Lake 4 Ashcroft 5 Bella Bella 6 Bella Coola 7 Burns Lake 8 Campbell River 9 Castlegar 10 Chase

How does a judge explain a decision in provincial court?

Often, Provincial Court judges explain their reasons by speaking to the people in the courtroom. This is called an “oral judgment”. A judge may also prepare written reasons (in some cases reading them aloud in court) and they will be placed in the court file.