Transitioning an Existing Society: A How-to Guide for Non-profits in BC

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Aimed at those who work at a non-profit society in British Columbia or sit on a board of directors, Transitioning an Existing Society: A How-to Guide for Non-profits in BC covers the steps in transitioning a society under the new Societies Act.

Contents

Videos

Accompanying the guide is a set of videos on how to transition an existing non-profit society under the new Societies Act:

What BC's new Societies Act means for existing societies
10 changes in the new Societies Act you should know about
Preparing for transition under BC's new Societies Act
Reviewing your non-profit society’s bylaws
Key clauses to consider in your non-profit's bylaw review
Filing a transition application under BC's new Societies Act

Contributors

This how-to guide for BC non-profits was written by Drew Jackson, a lawyer and librarian who writes about law for the public, and reviewed for legal accuracy by three British Columbia lawyers who advise non-profit societies.

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Mary Childs
Reviewer
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Steve Carey
Reviewer

Copyright & Disclaimer

Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada Licence Transitioning an Existing Society: A How-to Guide for Non-profits in BC © Drew Jackson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Canada Licence.

The information is produced for educational purposes and is not intended as legal advice. If you need advice about a specific legal problem, please contact a legal professional. Some sources of legal help are highlighted in the "Further Help" section.



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