Service BC

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Service BC offices are the business offices of the provincial government in about 60 communities in British Columbia. They have written and online pamphlets and government forms as well as public access computer terminals. Service BC staff can help with issues involving the provincial government, and refer you to an appropriate service.

Website: To locate in-person support, use the Service Finder Map to see a map of local Service BC offices.

Website gov.bc.ca
Phone 1-604-660-2421
Toll-free: 1-800-663-7867
TDD: 1-800-661-8773

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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