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== About these FAQs==
 
== About these FAQs==
  
* [[Societies Act FAQs]] is prepared by [[Law for Non Profits]] as a support for non-profit organizations in British Columbia undergoing transition to BC's new ''Societies Act'', [http://canlii.ca/t/8v16 SBC 2015, c. 18], following its proclamation later this year.
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* [[Societies Act FAQs]] is prepared by [[Law for Non Profits]] with the help and support from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law Business Law Clinic. They are intended as a support for non-profit organizations in British Columbia undergoing transition to BC's new ''Societies Act'', [http://canlii.ca/t/8v16 SBC 2015, c. 18], following its proclamation later this year.  More information and workshop and webinar schedules are available on lawfornonprofits.ca.
 
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== About Law For Non Profits==
 
== About Law For Non Profits==
[[Law for Non Profits]] is an initiative of the Pacific Legal Education and Outreach Society (PLEO).
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Latest revision as of 20:00, 6 December 2016

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The information in Societies Act FAQs is intended for British Columbian non-profit organizations seeking to understand the requirements of the new Societies Act, SBC 2015, c. 18, and compliance and transition under this new legislation.

Contents

FAQs

Introduction to Societies Act FAQs
Transition
Constitution
Schedule B Bylaws
New Model Bylaws
Membership
Meetings Of Members
Proceedings At Meetings
Directors And Officers
Proceedings Of Directors
Duties Of Officers
Role of Lawyers on Boards
Seal
Borrowing
Auditor
Notice To Members
Record-Keeping
Member-Funded Societies
Miscellaneous

About these FAQs

  • Societies Act FAQs is prepared by Law for Non Profits with the help and support from the University of Victoria Faculty of Law Business Law Clinic. They are intended as a support for non-profit organizations in British Columbia undergoing transition to BC's new Societies Act, SBC 2015, c. 18, following its proclamation later this year. More information and workshop and webinar schedules are available on lawfornonprofits.ca.
  • Learn more about Clicklaw Wikibooks.

About Law For Non Profits

Law for Non Profits is an initiative of the Pacific Legal Education and Outreach Society (PLEO) and is funded by the City of Vancouver, the Law Foundation of BC, and the Notaries Foundation.

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