British Columbia. Supreme Court (Grand Forks)

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British Columbia. Supreme Court (Grand Forks)

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  • Supreme Court (Grand Forks)

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The British Columbia government established a Supreme Court registry at Grand Forks, known as the Grand Forks Registry, by Order-in-Council #0198-1900, dated April 10, 1900.

On 31 May 2002, Grand Forks court ceased full-time operation and operated as a temporary circuit court of Rossland between June and August 2002. It closed again, but re-opened as a permanent circuit court of Rossland on 5 February 2003. The successor to the Grand Forks Registry is the Rossland Court Registry.

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3739

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"Orders-in-Council, Queen’s Printer BC, BC Laws." Accessed March 30, 2016. http://www.bclaws.ca.

The British Columbia Gazette 1900, p. 613

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