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Estate Administration Act

[RSBC 1996]  CHAPTER 122

Changes Not in Force

Section Change Citation Into force
112  am  RS1996 (Supp)-122-3  by reg 
     RS1996 (Supp)-122-3 rep by 2006-33-2(d) [not in force]    

Changes in Force

Section Change Citation Effective date
20  am  2006-11-6  30 Mar 2006 (RA) 
61  am  2003-94-47  1 Jun 2007 (BC Reg 166/06) 
    •  2003-94-47 re-en by 2006-28-52 eff 1 Jun 2007 (BC Reg 166/06)   

Explanatory Note for Table of Legislative Changes – 2nd Edition

This Table of Legislative Changes (TLC – 2nd Edition) shows any Act provisions and changes

See the TLC – 1st Edition for all not-in-force and in-force provisions and changes, if any, from the 1997-2004 period and from RS1996 Act Supplements.

This Table may have 1, 2 or 3 parts: "Changes by Regulation" or "Order" (italics) lists provisions authorizing changes by regulation or order in council, "Changes Not in Force" (italics) identifies changes that are not in force, and "Changes in Force" identifies changes that are effective, as of the date of this Table.

The "Section" column identifies sections of the Act affected by changes; sections not changed are not listed. The "Change" column shows the nature of the changes (see abbreviations below). The "Citation" column cites the enactments making the changes. The "Into force" column (under "Changes Not in Force") shows how changes are to come into force. The "Effective date" column (under "Changes in Force") indicates when changes have come into force.

Abbreviations commonly used:

am = amended
conseq = consequential
Div = Division
eff = effect(ive)
en = enacted
hdg = heading
per = under, pursuant to
RA = Royal Assent
re-en = re-enacted (repealed and replaced)
reg = regulation
rem = remainder
rep = repealed
retro = retroactive
Supp = Supplement

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