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CSIP legal options today are:

CSIP IS SEEKING INJUNCTION TO SUSPEND

( THE LAW & THE FEDERAL REGULATIONS)

WE NEED YOUR IMMEDIATE REPLY WITHIN 24 HOURS (CLICK AND SIGN THE APPLICATION) , OTHERWISE WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO HELP YOU TO RESTORE YOUR PROFEESION.

The CSIP Class Action lawsuits may be brought in Federal supremt court in the next few few weeks because the case involves CSIC issues that affected potential class members in different provinces across Canada and outside Canada and has a nexus with federal law.IN VIEW OF THE FACT THAT THERE IS IMMEIDATE HARM OCCURING TO ALL IMMIGRATION CONSUTLANTS IN CNADA AND OUTISDE CANADA.

Our short term AND QUICK solution which affective immediately to prevent CSIC from the following;
A) suspending members and from enforcing its profesiciency tests until the Court answers the question of wether such power canbe legally delegated to them.
B) Compel CIC and other affected Federal agencies from refusing to deal with perople who CSIC has purported to suspend or strike fromits list
csic SHOULD NOT BE PERMITTED TO COLLECT A SECOND ROUND OF ANNUAL FEES FOR DOING NOTHING OF BENEFITS TO THOSE WHO HAVE PAID THEM.

Our evidence:

Trouble within CSIC.
CSIC has collected aggressive fees on the expectations that the members would be able to practice as immigration practitioners / consutlants.
csic CHANGED THE RULES REGARDING THE REQUIREMENTS WITHT HE EFFECT THAT FOR MANY MEMEBRS THOSE FEES WERE THROWN AWAY.
csic HAS THROWN ITS OWN INTERNAL CONTROVERSIES DELAYS THE PROCESS.


WHAT WE ARE DOING NOW;
CSIP lawyers are already in communication the LUSC the law society of uppoer Canada in order to our inclination would be present along with the LUSC case.
Represent the resignations of three directros which the court did not hear this fromthe previous three cases.
fEDERAL LOBBYING , as we speak we have MP, Mr. Bill Siksay from the NDP and MP Mr. Garth Turner from the Conservatives are willing and already lobbying agsint CSIC corrutpion and find a quick solution to this awfull situation that CSIC and the CIC put everyone to face.

THE NEW PRIME MINISTER HIS HOUNRABLE STEPHEN HARPER AND ALL CURRENT MP MEMEBRS RECEIVED OUR IMMEDIATE REQUEST TO TAKE IMMEDIATE ACTION PRIOR TO JAN 31, 2006.

WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE IN THE NEXT FEWS DAYS;
Obtain sworn affidavits from all memebrs who beleives that they have suffered or they will suffer after April 13, 2006.
Present to the court the significant evidence about the trouble within CSIC ( impacet on the regulations uopn the livelihoods on thousands of immigration consutlants ).


To date there have been over 100 Class Actions launched in BC; this is very small, in comparison with other kinds of lawsuits.


THE MAIN REQUIREMENTS WHICH NORMALLY ARISES IN INJUNCTION CASES IS THAT PERTY SEEKING THE INJUNCTIONS MUST GIVE AN UNDERTAKING AS TO DAMAGES' THIS MEANS THAT IF THE INJUNCTIONS IS GRANTED, AND IT CAUSED FINANCIAL DAMGES TO THE DEFENDANTS ( IN THIS CASE csic AND cic) AND ON A FULLER HEARING A PERMANENT INJUNCTIONS IS RULES TO BE INAPPROPRIATE, THE DEFENDANTS CAN CLAIM ANY DAMAGES THEY SUFFERED AGSISNT HE PLAINTIFF.

THEREFORE, CSIP IS ASKING EACH OF THE INTERESTED PARTY TO MAKE SURE YOUR BSUSINESS INSURANCE IS IN PLACE.
AND SPEAK TO CSIC INSURANCE IMMEDIATELY IF YOUR CURRENT CSIC MEMBERS.


Class Actions Fees

CSIP NEEDS IMMEDIATELY
$ 250000.0 DOLLARS

ALL MEMBERS WHO ARE LOOKING TO RECEIVE THE BENEFIT OF THIS CLASS ACTION MUST SENT THEIR MANDATORY CONTRIBUTION TO CSIP ( MINIMUM $200.00 - $500.00 )DOLLARS EACH PERSON .
A TAX RECEIPT WILL BE ISSUED TO CLAIM ON YOUR INCOME TAX, IF YOU DO NOT PAY AND WE CAN NOT GO AHEAD WITH THIS ACTION DUE TO THE FINANCIAL WEAKNESS, YOUR WEALTH AND HARD EARNING MONEY GONE TO THE CSIC EXECTIVES'S ANNUAL LUXURY SPENDING.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR IMMEDIATE FINANCIAL SUPOPORT BY SENDING YOUR PAYMENT TO THE FOLLOWING LINK;

http://www.csip.ca/CSIP%20FEES%20.htm

A receipt will be issued directly to your record.
ALL THE FUNDS IS DEPOSITED IN TRUST FUNDS FOR THE CLASS ACTION PURPOSE ONLY.





While fee arrangements may vary with specific cases, Class Members usually don't have to pay any fees to Class Action lawyers to handle their lawsuit. Class Action lawyers are usually paid a percentage of the award if they win, and nothing if they lose.

Also, Class Action lawyers usually pay for all of the up front disbursement costs, such as expert reports, advertising costs, and mailing and administration costs; in larger Class Actions, this can amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Fee arrangements must be approved by the Court.Therefore, We have set an electronic application for you to provide us with your contribution and your agreement to support such class action.



Class Actions are a complicated but potentially effective way for individual claims to be pursued collectively against one or a few wrongdoers. If you think you are a member of such a class, you should call the Class Action Line to speak to a lawyer who will be able to tell you if you have a Class Action case. After receivng our lawyer Daniel Burnett [{of the law firm of Owen Bird in Vancouver, BC , Canada)], hos preliminary evlauation to the situation with CSIC corrpution, he provided us few options that we can proceed with immediately. We have ntoiced inthe past that there are other law suits were filed against CSIC by different individuals including the LUSC the Law Society of uuper Canada. We also know that LUSC are as we speak are raising a good negotiation with the CSIC lawyers and may for a change the existing regualtion, Unfortunately this may take few months and this is not going to help CSIC suspended memebrs and CSIC current memebrs who paid against their will until April 13, 2006. CSIP at this time sees that CSIC is providing vague extension and false hope and false information toits members. We urge you not to fall into their self control by one individual who beleives that comminst regime can be used in a democratic Canada.

However, such class action suits must have a certain equality of issues across the 10 provinces in Canada lines. This may be difficult as the civil law in the various provinces has significant differences and thus each provice's set of claims may have to be handled separately or through the device of multi-district litigation (MDL).

It is also on our way to bring class action lawsuits under Provincial or Federal law, and in some cases the court may extend its jurisdiction to all the members of the class both within the province and without (even internationally) as the key element is the jurisdiction that the court has over the defendant.

The procedure for filing a class action is to file suit with one or several named plaintiffs on behalf of a putative class. The putative class must consist of a group of individuals or business entities that have suffered a common wrong. Usually these kinds of cases are connected to some standard action on the part of a business, or some particular product defect or policy that was applied to all potential class members in a uniform matter. After the summons and complaint is filed the plaintiff usually has to bring a motion (sometimes at the same time as filing the summons and complaint) to have the class certified. In some jurisdictions class certification may require additional discovery in order to determine if the proposed class has any cohesiveness.

Upon the motion to certify the class the defendants may attack the named plaintiffs, their relationship with the law firm or firms handling the case, and their ability to finance the litigation. As well the court will examine the ability of the firm to prosecute the claim for the plaintiffs and their resources for dealing with class actions that usually require complex notices to be sent, published, or broadcast to the public where the class members can be found.
As part of this CSIP notice procedure there may have to be several notices,

first a notice giving class members the opportunity to opt out of the class, i.e. if individuals wish to proceed with their own litigation they are entitled to do so, only to the extent that they give timely notice to the class counsel ( Daniel Burnett of Owen Bird Law Firm in Vancouver, BC) or the court that they are opting out.

Second if there is a settlement proposal, the court will usually direct the class counsel to send a settlement notice to all the members of the certified class and all the members of any subclasses (that might have slightly different but uniform claims) informing them of the settlement offer being made by the defendants and the fact that the named plaintiffs have agreed to accept the settlement. Usually the court will also state the legal fees being paid to the class counsel as part of the settlement, which may be considerable, makes class actions appealing to many plaintiff law firms.

In federal civil procedure law, which has generally be accepted by most state, the class action must have certain definite characteristics, (1) the class must be so large as to make individual suits impractical, (2) their must be legal or factual claims in common (3) the claims or defenses must be typical of the plaintiffs or defendants (4) the representative parties must adequately protect the interests of the class.




How to start class actions.
what are the requirement for certifications.
What are the requirements for a representative plaintiff?.
What are the considerations for certification of a class action?


1. How to start a class action in BC ?



One or more persons hire a Class Actions lawyer to start a lawsuit on behalf of themselves and a defined group who suffer from similar circumstances. The lawyers usually work on a "contingency fee" basis, which means that the people starting the Class action don't have to pay any legal fees to the lawyers. [see our class action lawyers area ]


The Class Action lawyer then applies to the B.C. Supreme Court to:


certify the lawsuit as a Class Action; see requirements for certification


formally appoint the representative plaintiff to represent the class; see clause 2 below


certify the common issues to be decided in the Class Action. This means finding issues of fact or law that are common to all the plaintiffs' claims.




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2. What are the requirements for certification?


The court documents must show a claim recognized by law;


There must be an identifiable class of two or more persons;


The claims of the class members must raise common issues;


A class action must be the preferred procedure for the fair and efficient resolution of the common issues.




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3. What are the requirements for a representative plaintiff?


The representative plaintiff must show that he or she:



would fairly and adequately represent the interests of the class;


has produced a plan for the Action that sets out a workable method to pursue the Class Action on behalf of the class, and notifying class members of the Action; and


does not have an interest that is in conflict with other class members on the common issues.




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4. What are the considerations for certification of a class action?


The Supreme Court will consider these issues in deciding whether there should be a Class Action:



Is the Class Action a fair and efficient (both cost and time) means of resolving the common issues?


Are there more common issues than individual issues?


Is it proper for the class members to sue individually, or should they start separation lawsuits?


What other ways are there for resolving the claims?


Is the Class Action going to be so complicated that it would be more efficient to have the people sue individually? .

WE APPRECIATE YOUR IMMEDIATE FINANCIAL SUPOPORT BY SENDING YOUR PAYMENT TO THE FOLLOWING LINK;

http://www.csip.ca/CSIP%20FEES%20.htm

A receipt will be issued directly to your record.
ALL THE FUNDS IS DEPOSITED IN TRUST FUNDS FOR THE CLASS ACTION PURPOSE ONLY.

My name is .....................................my address is ..............................my profession is .........................my business name is ........................and I read the above infomration and I solely agree to be part of this class action and receive the benefit, I agree to pay my contribution to this class action i the amount of $.......

date ..................2006

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