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There are currently 3,488 legal information and supporting pages hosted on Clicklaw Wikibooks.

Consumer and Debt Law thumb image.jpg Consumer and Debt Law
From People's Law School, a resource for advocates and other legal professionals helping clients with consumer or debt problems.
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LSLAP Manual thumb image.jpg LSLAP Manual
The reference manual used by law students giving legal advice in British Columbia.
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JP Boyd on Family Law thumb image.jpg JP Boyd on Family Law
A practical, in-depth, plain-language manual of family law and divorce law in British Columbia.
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Dial-A-Law thumb image.jpg Dial-A-Law
A service of People's Law School, Dial-A-Law features free information on the law in British Columbia in over 130 topic areas.
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Legal Help for British Columbians thumb image.jpg Legal Help for British Columbians
Quick answers and BC legal referral information for common legal troubles.
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Scams to Avoid thumb image.jpg Scams to Avoid
From People's Law School, a resource for British Columbians on how to spot and guard against scams that try to trick you out of your money.
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Legal Issues in Residential Care thumb image.jpg Legal Issues in Residential Care
From Seniors First BC, an in-depth legal handbook for seniors & their advocates.
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Tenant Survival Guide thumb image.jpg Tenant Survival Guide
From TRAC, a legal resource on residential tenancy law for tenants.
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A Death in Your Family thumb image.jpg A Death in Your Family
From People's Law School, a resource on what to do when a loved one dies.
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Transitioning an Existing Society thumb image.jpg Transitioning an Existing Society
From Drew Jackson, a resource for non-profits transitioning under the new Act.
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Societies Act FAQs thumb image.jpg Societies Act FAQs
From Law for Non Profits, Q&A about compliance, key documents and transitioning under the new Act.
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Driving in BC thumb image.jpg Driving in BC
From People's Law School, a legal resource for new drivers.
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Learning about the Law Wikibook thumb image.jpg Learning about the Law Wikibook
From People's Law School, a general resource to help readers understand their legal rights and responsibilities under Canadian law.
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Human Trafficking in Canada thumb image.jpg Human Trafficking in Canada
From People's Law School, general information for anyone who wants to learn more about the crime of human trafficking.
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Paying Taxes in BC thumb image.jpg Paying Taxes in BC
From People's Law School, a guide for newcomers and new taxpayers who want to know about their tax obligations.
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Workplace Bullying and Harassment thumb image.jpg Workplace Bullying and Harassment
From People's Law School, information on what workers, employers, and supervisors need to know and do, and where you can get help or more information around workplace bullying and harassment.
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Being an Executor thumb image.jpg Being an Executor
From People's Law School, a resource for people who have been appointed as executor in a will. It covers the steps involved in dealing with an estate in British Columbia after a person dies, including how to probate a will..
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Family Violence and Abuse thumb image.jpg Family Violence and Abuse
From People's Law School, information on forms of abuse, legal protection options and the criminal court process.
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Preparing Your Will thumb image.jpg Preparing Your Will
From People's Law School, a resource for people who are preparing a will in British Columbia. This publication explains how to prepare a will, what to consider when appointing an executor, and next steps after the will is finished.
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Power of Attorney thumb image.jpg Power of Attorney
From People's Law School, describes how a power of attorney can be used to give someone the authority to take care of your financial and legal affairs.
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Child Support in BC thumb image.jpg Child Support in BC
From People's Law School, basic information about child support in BC.
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Child Protection in BC thumb image.jpg Child Protection in BC
From People's Law School, a resource about what parents are legally required to do to care for their children and where to go for help if you are unable to care for your children.
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Beginner's Guide to Finding Legal Information thumb image.jpg Beginner's Guide to Finding Legal Information
From Courthouse Libraries BC, a how-to for legal research and representing yourself in court in British Columbia.
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Consequences of a Youth Record in BC thumb image.jpg Consequences of a Youth Record in BC
From People's Law School, sets out a young person’s involvement in Canada’s youth justice system.
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Consumer Law Essentials thumb image.jpg Consumer Law Essentials
From People's Law School, describes how to protect yourself when you buy something or hire someone to perform a service.
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The Learn & Teach Series on Clicklaw Wikibooks features resources for educators and learners on legal topics.

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Settlement Workers Guide
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A sum of money or an obligation owed by one person to another. A "debtor" is a person responsible for paying a debt; a "creditor" is the person to whom the debt is owed.

The legal termination of a valid marriage by an order of a judge; the ending of a marital relationship and the conjugal obligations of each spouse to the other. See "conjugal rights," "marriage," and "marriage, validity of."

The person responsible for carrying out the instructions in a will and wrapping up a deceased person's estate and debts. The lovely feminine form of the word is "executrix," though the masculine form is commonly applied to executrices and executors both. See "estate," "testator," and "will."

In law, all of the personal property and real property that a person owns or in which they have an interest, usually in connection with the prospect or event of the person's death.

The process of checking the validity of a will, distributing a dead person’s estate, and settling their debts according to the instructions set out in that person's will. See "estate" and "will."

Money paid by one parent or guardian to another parent or guardian as a contribution toward the cost of a child's living and other expenses.

In law, in British Columbia a person under the age of 19.

In law, to formally deliver documents to a person in a manner that complies with the applicable rules of court. Service may be ordinary (mailed or delivered to a litigant's address for service), personal (hand-delivered to a person), or substituted (performed in a way other than the rules normally require). See "address for delivery," "ordinary service," "personal service," and "substituted service."

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