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21.9 m textual records
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Scope and content
The series consists of orders issued by the Supreme Court in Victoria between 1880 and 1998. Orders dating from 1880 until December 1946 were microfilmed and the originals destroyed. Records after this period are maintained in their original bound form. Many, but not all of these volumes, include nominal indexes at the front of the ledger. Records in this series deal with a variety of matters, including adoptions and divorces. Orders are the formal expression of the will of the Court.
Records in this series were managed under secondary 51400-25 of the Court Services Operational Records Classification System (schedule 100152). They were selected for full retention because of their significant historical, evidential and informational value.
Immediate source of acquisition
Orders from 1880 to 1946 were transferred from Victoria Court Registry per Document Disposal Act (DDA) in 1984; filmed by Provincial Archives of British Columbia (PABC) and originals destroyed after filming.
Containers 830544-0001 to 830544-0051 were transferred from the Victoria Court Registry to the BC Archives in October 2001. Containers 830544-0052 to 830544-0073 were transferred to the Archives in January 2016.