Know what to expect at your registrar’s hearing
This publication is essential for: anyone requiring guidance for appearing before a master or registrar in BC.
Faced with a hearing before a Supreme Court or Court of Appeal registrar and don’t know what to do? Turn to Practice Before the Registrar for guidance from the Registrars themselves and from experienced practitioners. Learn when and why to seek a hearing, the procedure to get your hearing, what happens at the hearing, and steps to take after the hearing. With clear discussions of the law and procedure and 80 sample forms, this resource will help you smoothly navigate the many types of hearings before the registrar, from costs assessments, family law references, bankruptcy matters, and settling orders to reviews and appeals.
With this resource, you will be able to:
- understand when to go before a registrar in your client’s case
- efficiently prepare for a registrar’s hearing
- confidently advocate at a registrar’s hearing with knowledge of practice and procedure