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research, theory and summary that the County Court of British Columbia still exists and operates in British Columbia…

  1. County Court in British Columbia was/is the constitutional court on the land for a man (private person/natural person/private status) and was the original court until 1990 when it was merged with Supreme Court of British Columbia (merged not ended), and Provincial Court became the initial court in B.C.,
  2. PCBC and SCBC consistently deny recognition of natural person status in the courtroom ,
  3. the man appears to have not corrected his status on the record to private (claim the birth records process) to no longer be missing, declared dead or abandon the estate,
  4. the man APPEARS for the NAME and court assumes he is liable party/trustee/surety – he responded – APPEARANCE cures all defects of process.
  5. therefore man is treated as a limited capacity legal person, and any/all of the following: dead, missing, foreign, criminal. trustee, co-trustee, without license to operate, or has failed to a perform a legal duty which equals OFFENCE and CHARGES,
  6. government or union workers seem to have remedy from County Court via collective active, recent agreements (below), have they got some special recognition of status??
  7. lawyers and police and gov’t workers seem to have immunity WHY?
  8. lawyers and police and gov’t workers seem to not be allowed to disclose our status and how to correct it. WHY?
  9. years ago CRA diary notes stated in one case – agent attended Court of Queens Bench ?? hearing and respondent did not show therefore got the order they were seeking – party named never had notice and where/what is Court of Queens Bench in B.C. (usually Alb/Sask?) maybe a mix up in name but notice never rec’d by party, so where was it sent? Did agent know it was not Prov. Court but used wrong name or??
  10. Judges and prosecutors regularity claim they have no obligation to answer your questions…their status must be superior to ours because we have not corrected ours to invoke their duties to a full capacity man from a public servant?
  11. comments, research, proof, ideas welcome – via private support ticket or public comment on this page

County Court merged with the Supreme Court in 1990.

  1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supreme_Court_of_British_Columbia
  2.  Supreme Court Act [RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 443
  3. B.C. County Boundary Act – act uses County of ……
  4. B.C. County Map PDF Download BC County map.pdf
  5. Law Society Benchers represent Counties – note ‘Vancouver County” not “County of….”,

Judicial districts

The BCSC sits in eight judicial districts called “counties“. This is the only usage of “county” in British Columbia, which is a reference only to such court districts and has no similarity to the meaning in other provinces or in the United States or the United Kingdom. Prior to 1990, there existed in British Columbia a County Court, an intermediate court between the Provincial Court and the BCSC. In 1990, the County Court of B.C. merged with the BCSC and its judges became justices of the BCSC. The judicial districts of the Supreme Court have the same boundaries of the counties of the former County Court.

The judicial districts are: Cariboo; Kootenay; Nanaimo; Prince Rupert; Vancouver; Victoria; Westminster; and Yale. The Counties of Vancouver and Westminster are collectively one judicial district under the name of the “Vancouver Westminster Judicial District”.[5] Within each county, or judicial district, justices are resident in the following locations: ; Cranbrook; Kamloops; Kelowna; Nanaimo; Nelson; New Westminster; Prince George; Prince Rupert; Victoria; and Vancouver. The BCSC also holds sittings in the following court locations for which there is not a resident justice…..


Evidence of County Courts Still Recognized, Empowered and In Use

http://www.lrb.bc.ca/cas/WUC15.pdf

AGREEMENT  THE VICTORIA POLICE BOARD AND THE VICTORIA CITY POLICE UNION

 January 1, 2007 – March 31, 2010

7(4)    Court    Time    Schedule

(b) For the purposes of this Section:
(vii)  “Court” shall mean Provincial Court, County Court, Assize Court, or any other court, inquest, board, tribunal, hearing, or any other body which is convened by authority of a Federal, Provincial, or Municipal statute and to which a member is compelled to attend by virtue of his employment with the Board


http://www.lrb.bc.ca/cas/WUJ33.pdf

UNITED  STEELWORKERS  LOCAL  1-405  KOOTENAYS  COLLECTIVE  AGREEMENT  BETWEEN  EAST  KOOTENAY  COMMUNITY  CREDIT  UNION  AND  UNITED  STEELWORKERS  LOCAL  1-405

Effective:  April  1,  2008  To:  March  31,  2011 

12.09  Jury  Duty  35  a)  A  regular  employee  who  is required  to  report  for  Jury  Duty  in  County  Court,  Provincial  Court,  Supreme  Court,  Workers’  Compensation  Board  Inquiry,  Government  Board  or  Tribunal,  or  Coroner’s  Court  or  who  is  subpoenaed  by  the  Crown  to  appear  as  a witness  in  any  proceedings  in  the  aforementioned  courts  on  a work  day  on  which  he/she  would  normally  have  worked,  will  continue  to  be  paid  his/her  normal  salary  according  to  his/her  existing  work  schedule  during  such  periods  of  absence  on  Court  Duty.


http://www.lrb.bc.ca/cas/WVN6.pdf

September  1,  2012  –  August  31,  2015

MEMORANDUM  OF  AGREEMENT  BETWEEN  UNITED  STEELWORKERS,  LOCAL  1-1937  (the  Union)  AND  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  OF  MOUNT  WADDINGTON  (the  Employer)  FOR  The  Employees  at  CHILTON  REGIONAL  ARENA  2205  Campbell  Way,  Port  McNeill,  BC

ARTICLE  XVIII- ARBITRATION  Section  1:  Interpretation

d)  In  the  event  that  the  interpreter  as  provided  for  in  (c)  herein  is  not  available  or  is  not  agreed  on  to  preside  as  interpreter  under  this  Section,  the  Parties  agree  that  they  will  request  the  Honurable  Minister  of  Labour  of  the  Province  of  British  Columbia  to  appoint  a  County  Court  Judge  of  the  Province  to  preside  as  interpreter  for  the  dispute  then  pending


County court not mentioned but of other interest to why they need this and what else it says:

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN 

  • THE  MINISTER OF JUSTICE  AND  ATTORNEY GENERAL OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA –
  •  AND – THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA –
  •  AND – THE CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA
  • – AND – THE CHIEF JUDGE OF THE PROVINCIAL COURT  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA

http://www.courts.gov.bc.ca/documents/memorandum%20of%20understanding%20(april%203%202013).pdf


 

http://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/careers-myhr/managers-supervisors/employee-labour-relations/conditions-agreements/excluded-employees-appointees

County Court Registrar reference at end below

Terms & Conditions for Excluded Employees & Appointees

3. Definitions

common-law spouse includes same sex and opposite sex individuals where the employee/appointee has signed a declaration or affidavit that they have been living in a common-law relationship or have been cohabiting for at least 12 months. The period of cohabitation may be less than 12 months where the employee/appointee has claimed the common-law spouse’s child/children for taxation purposes.

employer means her Majesty the Queen in the right of the Province of British Columbia.

Part 02 – Employee & Appointee Conduct

Last updated April 12, 2016

5. Oath of Office

An employee/appointee shall complete an oath of employment, as prescribed by the Public Service Act.

6. Standards of Conduct

Employees/appointees shall conduct themselves in accordance with the Standards of Conduct policy and the Discrimination and Harassment in the Workplace policy.

84. Legislative Authorities

85. Other Authorities

  • British Columbia Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) Master Agreement
  • Agreement between the B.C. Government and the B.C. Crown Counsel Association
  • Agreement between the B.C. Government and the Salaried Physicians
  • B.C. Nurses Master Agreement
  • B.C. Professional Employees Association Master Agreement

Appendix 1: Order in Council Appointees – Category A

Last updated April 12, 2016

Judiciary

  • Court Referees
  • Deputy Director of Judicial Administration, Office of the Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of B.C.
  • Deputy Director, Judicial Administration, Superior Courts of British Columbia
  • Deputy District Registrar/Manager, Trial Division, Supreme Court of British Columbia, Vancouver
  • Director, Judicial Administration, Superior Courts of British Columbia
  • District Registrar of the Supreme Court of British Columbia
  • Executive Assistant to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of B.C.
  • Executive Officer, Office of the Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of B.C.
  • Law Officer, Office of the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
  • Legal Officer of the Chief Judge of the Provincial Court of B.C.
  • Registrar of the Supreme Court of B.C.
  • Supreme and County Court Registrars

 

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