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Last updated: May 22, 2024

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Form nameWhen to use the form
Form 1.1 – Complaint for an individual (online)

Form 1.1 – Complaint for an individual .PDF (printable)
File a complaint for an individual.

Read important information before you file a complaint
Form 1.2 – Authorization to file for another person .PDF (fillable and printable)If you are filing a complaint for someone else, you must complete and file an Authorization – Form 1.2 and the relevant Form 1.1, 1.3 or 1.4, unless you are a lawyer or legal advocate.

Read important information before you file a complaint
Form 1.3 – Complaint for a group or class of people (online)

Form 1.3 – Complaint for a group or class of people .PDF (printable)
File a complaint for a group or class of people.

Read important information before you file a complaint
Form 1.4 – Retaliation complaint (online)

Form 1.4 – Retaliation complaint .PDF (printable)
File a retaliation complaint.

If your complaint is about retaliation because of your role in an inquiry by the Office of Human Rights Commissioner, use the paper form. The online form has not been updated yet.

Read important information before you file a complaint
Form 2 – Complaint Response .PDF (fillable and printable)Respond to a complaint
Agreement to participate in mediation form .PDF (fillable and printable)Settle a complaint
Form 3 – Amendment form .PDF (fillable and printable)Change a complaint or complaint response (amend)
Form 4 – Time limit response .PDF (fillable and printable)Respond to a complainant’s request to file a late complaint
Form 5 – Time limit reply .PDF (fillable and printable)Reply to the respondent’s time limit response
Form 6 – Complaint withdrawal .PDF (fillable and printable)Withdraw all or part of your complaint
Form 7.1 – General application .PDF (printable)Use to apply to the Tribunal about a complaint already filed with the Tribunal
Form 7.2 – Dismissal application .PDF (printable)Choose to apply to dismiss a complaint. Note: You need to request permission first. See Form 7.5
Form 7.3 – New participant address for delivery .PDF (fillable and printable)Give your address if you are a new participant
Form 7.4 – Order to produce documents form .PDF (fillable and printable)Use with a Form 7.1 General application when you apply for a non-party to give you documents
Form 7.5 – Request to file dismissal application .PDF (fillable and printable)Request permission to apply to dismiss a complaint
Form 8 – Order to attend hearing .PDF (fillable and printable)Obtain an order for a witness to attend hearing
Form 9.1 – Complainant document disclosure .PDF (fillable and printable)Disclose documents. Complainant lists and shares documents relating to the complaint
Form 9.2 – Respondent’s document disclosure .PDF (fillable and printable)Disclose documents. Respondent lists and shares documents relating to the complaint
Form 9.3 – Witness list .PDF (fillable and printable)Provide a witness list
Form 9.4 – Remedy sought .PDF (fillable and printable)Exchange information about remedy. Complainant gives details of the remedy they seek under section 37
Form 9.5 – Complainant document disclosure regarding remedy .PDF (fillable and printable)Exchange information about remedy. Complainant lists and shares documents relating to the remedy
Form 9.6 – Response to remedy sought .PDF (fillable and printable)Exchange information about remedy. Respondent responds to the details of the remedy the complainant wants
Form 9.7 – Respondent’s document disclosure regarding remedy .PDF (fillable and printable)Exchange information about remedy. Respondent lists and shares documents relating to the remedy
Form 10 – Request for accommodation .PDF (fillable and printable)Request accommodation
DDSA formCurrently the Tribunal is not conducting Due Diligence searches so that it can focus its resources on a significant backlog of cases

Applying to the Tribunal using forms 7.1, 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, 7.5

Apply to the Tribunal to ask the Tribunal to make an order about a complaint already filed with the Tribunal. If you want to make a human rights complaint, see File a complaint.

Complete an application form and send it to the Tribunal’s email or office address

If you are a new participant, also complete a Form 7.3 – New Participant Address for Delivery.

If you are applying for a non-party to give you documents, also complete a Form 7.4 – Order to Produce Documents Form.

Submitting a form

You can submit a form by email, fax, or sending it to the Tribunal’s offices.

If you attach documents to an email, please put them in one PDF attachment.

You can also file complaint forms and application forms online. See above for more information.

You must submit the form by 4:30 pm on the day it is due.

What to do if you have a problem opening a form

You can use the online complaint forms on a computer or smart phone. The forms do not work with Explorer 8 or “Compatibility view”.

You can open the other .PDF forms on a computer. If you have a problem opening a PDF form:

Alternate formats

If you need another option, you can email or phone:

Email: BCHumanRightsTribunal@gov.bc.ca
Phone: 604-775-2000
Toll free in B.C.: 1-888-440-8844
TTY: 604-775-2021

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