Draft common chambers orders with ease
This publication is essential for: all litigators with BC Supreme Court files.
Current to: October 1, 2016
If you draft chambers orders, you know the importance of getting it right. The sample orders in Supreme Court Chambers Orders—Annotated were originally drafted by judges and reviewed by the Judges' Practice Committee. Now updated by a team of leading members of the bench, bar, and registry, this collection of over 80 sample chambers orders features explanations of when each order should be used, the evidence that must be presented, and further reading. Also included are Supreme Court Civil Rules extracts and annotated administrative notices, practice directions, and current legislation.
With this resource, you will be able to:
- conserve time drafting routine chambers orders
- access standard wording for orders as well as examples for variable and optional content
- reduce the number of times your chambers orders are rejected or reviewed by the court registry
Subscribe and get your chambers orders on point today!
Highlights of the 2016 update
- updated info on model orders and practice directions
- updated information and orders for trial management conferences and case planning conferences
- info on consent order for disclosure of police records in motor vehicle action
- new information on masters’ jurisdiction
- orders for passing of accounts and discharge of personal representative under WESA
- case law on order for time extension where jury notice filed
- case law on litigation privilege where disclosure of name of expert sought
- information on videoconferencing of witnesses before trial
CLEBC Legal Editor
L. Joy Tataryn