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How do I find court records in BC?

How do I find court records in BC?

Court Records can be found at Court Services Online or the court registry. Court Services Online and public terminals at court registries allow the public to view court records that are public.

How many courts are in BC?

three levels
There are three levels of court in British Columbia, the Provincial Court, the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeal.

What is the BC Supreme Court?

British Columbia
B C Supreme Court/Province

What is the lowest court in BC?

British Columbia has three levels of court.

  • Provincial Court of B.C. Hundreds of people attend Provincial Court every day.
  • B.C. Supreme Court. The B.C. Supreme Court has the power to deal with all indictable (more serious) offences.
  • B.C. Court of Appeal.
  • Problem-solving Courts.
  • Federal Courts.

How do I find court records in Canada?

Please contact the Court Records Office by telephone at 613-996-7933 or by e-mail at [email protected] to check about the availability of the court record in question. If photocopies are required, they can be made at the Registry at a cost of $. 50 per page.

What are the 4 levels of court in Canada?


  • Court Martial Appeal Court. Military Courts.
  • Provincial/Territorial Courts of Appeals. Provincial/Territorial Superior Courts. Provincial/Territorial Courts.
  • Federal Court of Appeal. Federal Court. Tax Court of Canada.

What are 4 kinds of cases that can only be heard in the Supreme Court of British Columbia?

In BC, most criminal offences are heard in the Provincial Court. The Supreme Court hears serious criminal cases such as murder, manslaughter, aggravated assault, bank robbery, contempt of court, and major drug cases.

What does ADC mean in BC court?

Animal Disease Control Act
Abbr. provincial act description

Abbreviation Act name
ADC Animal Disease Control Act
AGA Auditor General Act
AGC Agricultural Credit Act
AGU Adult Guardianship Act

Where can I find cases online?

How To Find Free Case Law Online

  • Introduction.
  • Google Scholar.
  • CourtListener.
  • Caselaw Access Project.
  • FindLaw.
  • Justia.