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civil resolution tribunal act for small claims up to $ 5000

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发表于 6/3/2019 20:32:19 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
Who can apply for Strata dispute resolution?
The Civil Resolution Tribunal Act allows strata owners, tenants, and strata corporations to enforce their rights and obligations through the CRT’s dispute resolution process.
Occupants: This legislation does not allow an occupant to use the CRT’s dispute resolution process.
Strata property managers: A strata property manager can’t apply for strata dispute resolution, or be named as a respondent in a strata dispute. But a strata property manager can help the strata council complete CRT documents.
What is a Dispute Notice, and how do I serve it?
If the CRT accepts your application for dispute resolution, it will issue a Dispute Notice.
Usually, the CRT will serve the Dispute Notice and instructions for response on all respondents. In certain circumstances, the CRT will let you know that you have to serve the respondents. If this happens, you must serve the Dispute Notice package on every respondent in the dispute within 90 days from the day the Dispute Notice was issued.  If you don’t serve the respondents within 90 days, the CRT may dismiss your dispute.
For motor vehicle injury disputes, the CRT will serve the Dispute Notice on ICBC or other insurer. ICBC or the insurer will notify the CRT if it won’t accept service on behalf of any of the respondents. If this happens, the CRT may notify you that you need to serve the respondents yourself.



 楼主| 发表于 6/3/2019 20:36:01 | 显示全部楼层
We make it easy to apply.
Start with our Solution Explorer! It diagnoses your dispute. Free legal information and tools like customized letter templates can help you resolve your dispute on your own.
You can apply for CRT dispute resolution right from the Solution Explorer. It will give you the right application form for your type of dispute.
Click a dispute area below to get started!
The Solution Explorer is free and confidential. You can explore as many dispute areas as you want, as often as you want. It doesn’t ask for any personal information until you apply for dispute resolution.
Before making a claim, you should also read about limitation periods.




Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries



MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS AND INJURIES
Disputes about motor vehicle accidents and injuries. This includes claims against ICBC and other motor vehicle accident insurers, and disputes about accident benefits, minor injury determination, and damages and liability up to $50,000.








 楼主| 发表于 6/3/2019 20:39:03 | 显示全部楼层




Insurance disputes : Information for People with Insurance
This area of the Solution Explorer is for insurance disputes. It has information and self-help tools for disputes about things like your insurance claim being denied, and claims for a death benefit being denied to beneficiaries of a life insurance policy.
If your dispute is about a motor vehicle accident and your ICBC claim, use our Motor Vehicle Accident and Injuries area instead.
You may want to explore other areas of the Solution Explorer, such as Personal Injury, Goods and Services, or Construction, even if you have insurance. They may have additional information and self-help tools related to your issue.


 楼主| 发表于 6/3/2019 20:44:33 | 显示全部楼层
本帖最后由 郭国汀 于 6/15/2019 15:02 编辑

Before you start, gather all information and documents you have about the dispute. This might include insurance policies and contracts, payment receipts, and any written correspondence.


Here are some definitions of common terms and roles in the insurance world:
Claims supervisor or manager:  The person who has the ultimate authority over settlement amounts. The adjuster may have to check with this person if the amount they want to settle for is beyond their authority.
Independent adjuster: A claims adjuster who is independent and can provides services on a contract basis to an insured person or an insurance company.
Insurance agent, advisor or representative: There are independent agents who sell insurance policies for many different companies. There are also “captive agents” who sell insurance for only one insurance company.
Insurance broker: A specialist in insurance who helps find the best insurance coverage for their client. Although brokers work closely with insurance companies and receive commission and perks, they don’t represent specific insurance companies.
Insured: A person or organization covered under an insurance policy. Responsibilities include paying premiums, and providing accurate information.
Insurer: This includes the adjuster, claims specialist, claims representative or any person who reviews your claim and negotiates settlements on behalf of the insurance company. The insurer can help you understand how your coverage works, including changes or cancellation, and timelines and procedures for settling the claim.
The Civil Resolution Tribunal can’t report claims to your insurer. If you need to make a claim with an insurer, you must contact them directly.

If you’re not sure about the cause of an injury or property damage, and you have multiple insurance policies, you can make a claim under more than one of them. Sometimes there are disagreements about the cause of a medical condition or property loss. Insurance companies may not agree on who has to pay.
Some insurance problems in BC have specific laws that require certain procedures. For example, new homeowners with insurance fall under the Homeowner Protection Act.

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