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Reposted with permission from Bull Housser

By Michael Blatchford and Bryan Millman – Bull Housser**

The provincial legislation that creates and governs all societies in British Columbia is receiving an overhaul. The current Society Act dates from 1977 and while outdated in some respect remains the legislation of choice for not-for-profit organizations in BC.

The new Societies Act (the “Act”) was driven by a growing need to modernize the regulatory scheme governing societies in BC. On April 22, 2015, the Act received third reading at the BC legislature. The replacement legislation will likely...

 

Reposted with permission from Bull Housser.

The new Societies Act will come into force on November 28, 2016.

The BC Corporate Registry recently added a number of informative documents regarding the Societies Act to its website, including:

  • links to the new Act and Regulations;
  • a table outlining some the new Act’s impact on existing societies;
  • a 2-way concordance with the current Society Act;
  • an outline of the new electronic filing system; and
  • answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

The index to these documents can be viewed at the BC Corporate Registry.

We recommended that societies regularly...

 

Reposted with permission from Bull Housser

The days of the current Society Act are officially numbered. It has now been announced that the new Societies Act will come into force on November 28, 2016.

As part of its plan to modernize the legislation governing not-for-profits in the province, on November 23, 2015 an Order in Council was passed setting November 28, 2016 as the date on which the new Societies Act will come into force. The Regulations to the Societies Act are also now publicly available and can be viewed on the website of the British Columbia Legislature.

As previously reported...

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