1 edition of Provincial Court Act found in the catalog.
|Statement||Government of the Province of Alberta|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
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This Act may be cited as the Provincial Court Act, c15 s1 does not count as service for the purpose of the Public Service Pensions Act, or the Provincial Court Judges subject to Part II of the Rooms Act, providing for the safekeeping, inspection and destruction of books, documents and papers of the court. Subordination of Courts of Small Causes Seal Abolition of Courts of Small Causes Saving of power to appoint Judge of Court of Small Causes to other office Application of Act to Courts invested with jurisdiction of Court of Small Causes Application of Act and Code to Court so invested as to two Courts
The Constitution Act, assigns powers to the provincial and federal governments. Matters under federal jurisdiction include criminal law, trade and commerce, banking, and immigration. The federal government also has the residual power to make laws necessary for Canada's "peace, order and good government". Matters under provincial jurisdiction include hospitals, . Provincial Court of B.C. Criminal Caseflow Management Rules, SI/ Updating the Current Rules Check the "current to" date if using the rules on the internet or British Columbia Annual Practice, then look for amendments after that date in Amendments to the Court Rules of British Columbia (KN A B75 A43) available in most courthouse.
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(g) providing for the transfer or other disposition of those benefits to which persons appointed as judges under the Provincial Court Judges Act or this Act were entitled under the Public Service Act and the regulations under that Act or the Public Service Pension Plan, the Public Service Management (Closed Membership) Pension Plan or the Management Employees Pension Plan at the time of their appointment under the Provincial Court Judges Act or under this Act.
This act provides for the constitution and operation of the Provincial Court of Alberta, and the appointment of the judges, officers and employees that the business of the Court requires.
The act also provides for the jurisdiction and authority of the Provincial Court of. (c) the appointee Provincial Court Act book a provincial court judge, as defined in the Criminal Code, in a province other than British Columbia, and (d) the chief judge of or the person who holds the equivalent office of the chief judge of the provincial court in the other province consents to the appointment.
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Federal regulations were last consolidated in Author: Julie Grellier. Interpretation 2 In this Act, (a) “court” means the Provincial Court of Nova Scotia or a judge thereof; (b) “judge” means a judge of the provincial court and includes, for the purpose of Sections 22 to 27, a judge of the Family Court; (c) “office” means the office of a Size: KB.
The Brown Book Page 4 Updated J TABLE OF CONTENTS. The Brown Book contains only the acts and regulations printed in bold. All other acts and regulations can be found in the Preset Fines and Offence Descriptions Regulation. A84 The Animal Care Act - Animal Care Regulation, Man. A collection of the judgments of the Provincial Court of Alberta is available from CanLII.
The Provincial Court of Alberta is not responsible for the content of any external website, including Provincial Court judgments published by CanLII or any other publisher. Provincial Court Judgments. Instructions for Summary Offence Ticket (Form A) Introduction. These instructions set out information about the summary offence ticket (Form A) and administrative procedures for the ticket, as well as instructions to enforcement agencies about completing and issuing a ticket.
Court Rules Act and Small Claims Act. Small Claims Rules. [includes amendments up to B.C. Reg. /, January 1, ]. May 8, - Notice to the Profession and Public COVID Commencing Recovery of some Court Operations (Revised) May 6, - NP 21 Guide to Remote Proceedings May 5, - eNews -Legal information during COVID May 1, - Provincial Court Judge Complement (Ap ) Ap - Message from the Chief Judge, Ap Ap.
The Provincial Court of Manitoba (Criminal Division) may be referred to in Acts of the Legislature, regulations, orders forms and other documents as: "The Provincial Court (Criminal Division)".
Sittings of Criminal Division. The Provincial Court (Criminal Division) shall hold sittings at any place designated by the minister. 15 [Repealed]. Schedule 43 – Last Updated: January 1, The Highway Traffic Act. Drive motor vehicle, no permit. Drive motor vehicle, no currently validated permit.
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Court Statutes Amendment Act, (B assented to ) “court” includes a judge, arbitrator, umpire, commissioner, judge of the Provincial Court, justice of the peace or other officer or person having by law or by the consent of parties authority to hear, receive and examine evidence; and includes books, documents.
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The Provincial Offences Act applies to all offences under the provincial statutes and regulations, including municipal by-laws. In addition, certain federal offences are also enforced under the POA pursuant to the federal Contraventions Act.
The Provincial Court Act Back to the Act Bilingual (PDF) 1: Definitions PROVINCIAL COURT 2: Continuation of Provincial Court References to Provincial Court APPOINTMENT OF JUDGES 3: LG in C may appoint judges Qualifications Holding office during good behaviour Appointment from list of recommended candidates.
Provincial Court Act Section 1 c t Updated Decem Page 5 c PROVINCIAL COURT ACT CHAPTER P 1. Definitions In this Act (a) “Chief Judge” means the Chief Judge designated pursuant to subsection 2(1); (a.1) “Commission” means the Judicial Remuneration Commission established by section ; (b) “court” means the Provincial Court of Prince.
The Provincial Court is a court of record and is open to the public. Its authority is statutory and its judges are empowered to carry out judicial acts under a number of statutes. The Provincial Court deals mainly, although not exclusively, with criminal and quasi-criminal charges, over which it has broad jurisdiction.
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The interest rates are adjusted twice annually: on January 1 for the period of January 1 to June 30 and on July 1 for the period from July 1 to December Under s. 56 (2) of the Law and Equity Act, RSBC.
Criminal Court Forms (includes Criminal Code and Controlled Drugs and Substances Act matters) Family Court Forms (includes protection orders, guardianship, child and spousal support, and divorce) Provincial Family Forms (family matters) Supreme Court Family Forms (family matters including divorce, adoption and division of family property).Other languages: If you require an interpreter for a Provincial Offences Act (POA) matter, please contact the POA court in which your matter is being heard to request an interpreter.
Contact information for all municipal court offices in Ontario. Legislation, Court Rules and Practices. The key piece of legislation is the Provincial Offences Act.PROVINCIAL OFFENCES PROCEDURE ACT 6 (4) A person who is named in (a) an appearance notice, (b) a promise to appear, or (c) a recognizance entered into before an officer in charge or another peace officer, that has been confirmed by a justice and who fails without lawful excuse, the proof of which lies on the person, to attend Court in.