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The Annotated Guide to the British Columbia Interpretation Act
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Interpret and apply B.C. provincial statutes with confidence

Turn to The Annotated Guide to the British Columbia Interpretation Act for section-by section commentary that will help you interpret and apply B.C. provincial statutes.

You’ll find relevant extracts and summaries of previously decided cases that discuss or apply the Interpretation Act. You’ll gain immediate insight into how courts have previously approached these rules.

Get expert answers to Interpretation Act questions

  • Understand the rules governing the enactment of B.C. statutes and regulations
  • Save time with immediate insight on the provisions of the Interpretation Act
  • Quickly compare the law in different jurisdictions using a convenient Table of Concordance
About the Author

Christopher D. L. Hunt, B.A. (Mount Allison), LL.B. (Manitoba), LL.M., Ph.D. (Cambridge), is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia. He has published widely in leading Journals in the areas of privacy law, the law of obligations, and the law of evidence. Along with Professors Robert Diab (TRU Law) and Lorne Neudorf (University of Adelaide) he is Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law, a thematic academic law review that publishes collections of essays on various legal topics.

Lorne Neudorf, J.D. (Victoria), LL.M. (McGill), Ph.D. (Cambridge) is a Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and Associate Professor of Law at Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide, Australia and Adjunct Professor at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba. He has published extensively in the field of comparative public law, especially on legal institutions and the interpretation of legislation. He is also an Editor in Chief and co-founder of the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law. Professor Neudorf is presently carrying out a comparative study on delegated legislation in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, which is funded through a major grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. He has taught comparative law and public law, and has been awarded numerous teaching prizes by law students.

Micah Rankin, J.D. (Victoria), LL.M. (Toronto) is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and an Associate Professor of Law at Thompson Rivers University. As a law student, Professor Rankin received numerous academic awards and honours. Following law school, he worked as a judicial law clerk for a justice of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia. He then practised law with a leading litigation boutique in Vancouver for several years before pursuing graduate studies at the University of Toronto. Professor Rankin was a founding faculty member Thompson Rivers University, where he teaches criminal law, the law of evidence and advanced constitutional law. Professor Rankin has published extensively in the areas of criminal, evidence and constitutional law, and has received awards and accolades from students for his teaching. In addition to his academic pursuits, Professor Rankin maintains an active law practice, with a focus on criminal appeals and complex constitutional cases. He regularly appears at all levels of court in British Columbia, and has acted as lead counsel at the Supreme Court of Canada on several occasions.