We share with you a monthly roundup of changes to Clicklaw’s collection. Here is a summary of updates done in February 2022.
Department of Justice Canada
Making Plans: A guide to parenting arrangements after separation or divorce (New)
This guide is designed for parents making a parenting arrangement under the Divorce Act, but can be useful for others too. The basic decisions that you have to make about parenting arrangements are similar whether you’re separating or divorcing.
The Federal Child Support Guidelines: Step-By-Step (New)
This guide has general information, instructions and worksheets, as well as other tools to help you make decisions about child support when you separate or divorce. It is based on the Divorce Act.
People’s Law School
Other ways to get around (Newly Added)
Practical information on your legal rights when it comes to other ways of getting around in British Columbia. Topics include ten rules of the road for cyclists, know your rights as a pedestrian, low-powered vehicles, if you get a ticket as a cyclist, and if you are injured in a bike accident.
Safety at work (Newly Added)
Practical information on your legal rights and options when it comes to safety at work in British Columbia. Topics include if you are sexually harassed at work, making a claim for workers’ compensation, and appealing a workers’ compensation decision.
Small business (Newly Added)
Practical information on your legal rights and options when it comes to small businesses in British Columbia. Topics include pros and cons of incorporating your business, written contracts you need for your small business, leasing a space, and how to protect your intellectual property.
Pivot Legal Society
Know Your Rights: Seizure of Alcohol (Newly Added)
These rights cards were developed and prepared by Pivot Legal Society, Eastside Illicit Drinkers Group for Education (EIDGE), and Drinker’s Lounge to inform people about their rights if their alcohol is seized.
Provincial Court of BC
Attending remotely: virtual conferences and hearings (Newly Added)
Information you need to attend virtual conferences and hearings at BC Provincial Court.
Supreme Court of BC
Supreme Court Criminal Law Picklists (Newly Added)
The Supreme Court has developed four criminal law picklists, which suggest standard wording for common types of conditions that may be imposed in judicial interim release (bail), probation, and conditional sentence orders, and ancillary orders at sentencing.
Where do I start for information on Traffic, Ticket, and Bylaw Court? (New)
Where do I start for information on Family Court? (Updated)
Where do I start for information on Small Claims Court? (Updated)
Where do I start for information on Criminal Court? (Updated)
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