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 do I find old case files?

Requests for copies may be made in person in the clerk’s office at the Justice Center where the case is filed or by mail. To request copies by mail, provide the information or copy request form along with a check payable to “Clerk of the Court.” DO NOT SEND CASH.

How do I know if I have been charged with a crime Canada?

Contact the Crown prosecutor’s office to get a copy of the police investigation file (disclosure). This will tell you why you are charged and what the evidence is against you. Crown Office contact information is in the pamphlet Information for self-represented litigants in Provincial Court: Adult Criminal Court.

How do I find out if someone has a criminal record in Canada?

You can request a copy from the RCMP or your local police under the Privacy Act of Canada. Criminal record checks are completed by municipal police and local RCMP detachments.

How do I find out if a will is registered?

Registration stamp should should be there on the will and on the normal will paper there is not registration stamp. Registration number should be there on the registered will paper. if on the will paper there is no where mention any registration number, you can get it registered.

Where can I find free public bankruptcy records?

In order to obtain copies of bankruptcy documents, you must have a bankruptcy case number. Bankruptcy case numbers can be obtained toll free through the Court’s automated Voice Case Information System (VCIS) at (866) 222-8029 or from a public access terminal in any Bankruptcy Court divisional office.

What is BC registry?

The Registry is a database of credentialed* or “registered” care aides and community health workers working for, or wanting to work for, publicly funded employers in BC.This includes acute care, assisted living care, long-term care, and home and community care.

What is a judicial circuit?

Judicial circuits form the largest administrative subunit of the federal judicial system. With the exception of the District of Columbia circuit, each is a multistate unit formed by the federal district court or courts within each state in the circuit.


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