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What is a Clicklaw Wikibook?

Clicklaw Wikibooks are collaboratively developed, plain language legal publications that are published and kept up-to-date on a wiki, where they can also be printed. More than 50 legal professionals and law-related, non-profit organizations contribute to the Clicklaw Wikibooks collection. Read more ...

Featured Clicklaw Wikibooks

Below are the most recently updated publications. For other titles, see the complete list.

Dial-A-Law thumb image.jpg Dial-A-Law
From 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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Societies Act FAQs thumb image.jpg Societies Act FAQs
From Pacific Legal Education and Outreach Society, for BC non-profits wanting to understand the requirements of the Act and compliance with this legislation.
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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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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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About this site

This site is operated by Courthouse Libraries BC with the assistance of the Clicklaw Wikibooks Advisory Committee. The site is operated in tandem with the public legal information program Clicklaw.

What's new

Work in progress:

  • The LSLAP Manual is currently being updated to reflect the latest edition (2021). Please check the "last reviewed date" for the wikibook page you are viewing to see its status.

Recently updated titles:

  • Societies Act FAQs - What is a society? What are bylaws? What are members' rights? How do you dissolve a society? Looking for a refresher on the Societies Act to ensure you are legally compliant? The newly revised FAQs house all the "need to knows" about your non-profit, covering everything from start to finish in the lifetime of your organization.
  • Dial-A-Law - Family law pages, such as Guardianship, Parenting Arrangements, and Contact, are current with the latest information, including the changes to the Divorce Act and the new Provincial Court Family Rules.

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