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I need to make an application to the BC Supreme Court. How can I do that during COVID-19?

Updated
08, 07-2020

The Court is working to resume some operations. While the Court is taking all steps necessary to resume some court operations, the Court cannot guarantee that matters will proceed as scheduled. Be sure to check HERE for updated information on the BC Supreme Court.

With the resumption of chambers as set out in COVID-19 Notice No. 28 dated June 5, 2020, as of June 18, 2020 the Request for Urgent Hearing process is only available for urgent applications on short notice ("short leave applications") under Rule 8-5 of the Supreme Court Civil Rules and Rule 10-9 of the Supreme Court Family Rules. Other applications should be made through regular chambers.

Effective July 13, 2020, in-person registry services will resume at all Supreme Court registries in British Columbia, and the interim process that the Court established for requesting a hearing of an urgent or essential matter will no longer be available. See Notice No. 33 (Criminal) and Notice No. 34 (Civil and Family) for more details.

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