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What about my traffic or bylaw ticket matter?

Updated
08, 07-2020

Bylaw matters, that were commenced by an information (not a ticket), with hearings previously scheduled for March 18, 2020 and thereafter, are adjourned for rescheduling without the disputant having to attend Court. Parties will be sent a new notice of hearing that will include the date, time and location of the hearing. 

All matters commenced by a violation ticket (including motor vehicle violation tickets) with hearings previously scheduled for March 18, 2020 and thereafter were adjourned for rescheduling. The Court is now resuming scheduling these hearings in some locations. See Notice No. 19 for hearing dates or additional information relating to traffic and bylaw matters.

For additional information, see the BC Provincial Court’s new COVID-19 FAQ page. 

As of July 2, 2020 Provincial Court registries will accept all traffic court filings (electronically by email or fax or by mail). The Court Services Branch is continuing to examine when it can accept in person filings. See Notice No. 19 for more information.

To dispute a violation ticket, you can download a form and mail it in to:

Ticket Dispute Processing
Bag 3510
Victoria, B.C. V8W 3P7

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