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© Copyright 2016, The Greater Vancouver Law Students' Legal Advice Society.

Online version

The online version of the Law Students' Legal Advice Manual is available on Clicklaw Wikibooks at wiki.clicklaw.bc.ca, as well as on LSLAP's own website at www.lslap.bc.ca. The online version should be consulted for the most recent information on topics covered by this book.

Disclaimer

Law Students' Legal Advice Manual is produced for educational purposes. The Greater Vancouver Law Students' Legal Advice Society, Courthouse Libraries BC, and the staff, volunteers, funders, sponsors and contributors of these organizations make no warranty or guarantee for the completeness or accuracy of the information and assume no liability for any loss connected with the use of the information, and, without limiting the foregoing, any claims based on negligence or breach of contract, or any other legal theory. The Law Students' Legal Advice Manual is neither legal advice nor a substitute for legal advice. If you need advice about a specific legal problem, please contact a lawyer or legal clinic.

Publication details

The Law Students' Legal Advice Manual was originally published by The Greater Vancouver Law Students' Legal Advice Society. This special 40th Anniversary edition is produced by The Greater Vancouver Law Students' Legal Advice Society and published by Courthouse Libraries BC through its LawMatters program with support from the Law Foundation of BC.

This edition of The Law Students' Legal Advice Manual is the first one printed with the assistance of Courthouse Libraries BC and its LawMatters program.

First printing by Courthouse Libraries BC: May 2017
ISBN 978-0-921864-46-2
Produced by the The Greater Vancouver Law Students' Legal Advice Society and funded by the Law Foundation of BC and other sponsors. All content periodically reviewed by volunteer law students with resource lawyers and other professionals offering support.
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