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How To Quash a Bylaw

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As to the second point, it is not true to say that appellant had no remedy other than a petition for the quashing of a municipal by-law "on the ground of illegality" provided for under s. 411 of the Cities and Towns Act. The courts have for a long time allowed actions in nullity in cases of ultra vires.

Source http://scc.lexum.umontreal.ca/en/1976/1977scr2-1132/1977scr2-1132.html

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This is how Valley of the Sun, Upper Fintry, and Shalal Road Bylaw #1254, #1255, #1257, #1258 for a water supply system will be quashed.  Besides questioning the vote count, the following sections of the Local Government Act and the Community Charter explain why it is believed by the plaintiff that the Supreme Court case is pretty much cut and dried for bylaws #1257 ($6 million), and bylaw #1258.  Apparently two of the bylaws are considered as one bylaw and we have time to figure that out yet.

Local Government Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 323
Part 6 — Challenge and Enforcement of Bylaws

Division 2 — Challenge of Bylaws
260 Extended definition of "bylaw"
261 Validity of council proceedings
262 Application to court to set aside bylaw
263 Assessment or rate stands unless bylaw set aside
264 Declaratory orders
265 Right of action on illegal bylaw

Division 2 — Challenge of Bylaws

Extended definition of "bylaw"
260 In this Division, "bylaw" includes an order or resolution.

Validity of council proceedings
261 A bylaw, contract or other proceeding of a council must not be set aside or declared invalid if the only reason for doing so is that

(a) a person sitting or voting as a council member was not qualified to be a council member at or before the time of the proceeding,

(b) a council member renounced claim to office on council,

(c) an election for council was set aside or declared invalid after the proceeding, or

(d) an election of a council member was set aside or declared invalid after the proceeding.

Application to court to set aside bylaw
262 (1) On application of an elector of a municipality, or of a person interested in a bylaw of the council, the Supreme Court may

(a) set aside all or part of the bylaw for illegality, and

(b) award costs for or against the municipality according to the result of the application.


(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a security issuing bylaw providing for the issue of debenture or other evidence of indebtedness to the Municipal Finance Authority of British Columbia.

(3) Notice of an application to set aside a bylaw, stating the grounds of the application, must be served on the municipality as follows:

(a) [Repealed 2003-52-229.]

(b) if the bylaw is a bylaw requiring the assent of the electors that the council purported to adopt without assent, the notice may be served more than one month after the adoption of the bylaw, but must be served at least 10 days before the hearing;

(c) subject to subsection (3.1), in any other case, the notice must be served at least 10 days before the hearing and not more than one month after the adoption of the bylaw.

(3.1) Notice of an application to set aside a security issuing bylaw of a regional district, stating the grounds of the application, must be served on the regional district at least 5 days before the hearing and not more than 10 days after the adoption of the bylaw.

(4) Except for a bylaw referred to in subsection (3) (b), an order under this section relating to a bylaw must not be made unless the application is heard within 2 months after the adoption of the bylaw.

Assessment or rate stands unless bylaw set aside
263 A person assessed under or subject to a rate under a bylaw by which an assessment is made or a rate is imposed is not entitled to plead a defect in the bylaw as a defence to a claim for payment of that rate except by application to set aside the bylaw.

Declaratory orders
264 (1) An application for a declaratory order relating to a bylaw must not be entertained more than one month after the adoption of the bylaw, if the application is brought on the ground of

(a) irregularity in the method of enactment, or

(b) irregularity in the form of a bylaw.

(2) Except for a bylaw referred to in section 262 (3) (b), a declaratory order relating to a bylaw must not be made unless the application is heard within 2 months after the adoption of the bylaw.

Right of action on illegal bylaw
265 (1) If

(a) all or part of a bylaw is illegal, and

(b) anything has been done under the bylaw that, because of the illegality, gives a person a right of action,

the action must not be brought until the end of the time period under subsection (2).

(2) An action referred to in subsection (1) must not be brought until

(a) one month after all or part of the bylaw has been set aside, and

(b) one month's notice has been given to the municipality.

(3) An action referred to in subsection (1) must be brought against the municipality only, and not against a person acting under the bylaw.

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Community Charter (This Act is Current to May 27, 2009)
[SBC 2003] CHAPTER 26
Division 3 — Bylaw Procedures

Requirements for passing bylaws

135 (1) Before a bylaw is adopted by a council, it must be given 3 readings by the council.

(2) Subject to this section and the applicable procedure bylaw, a bylaw may be given up to 3 readings at one meeting of council.

(3) There must be at least one day between the third reading and the adoption of a bylaw.

(4) If this or another Act requires that a bylaw receive

(a) approval of the Lieutenant Governor in Council, a minister or the inspector, or

(b) approval of the electors or assent of the electors,

the approval or assent must be obtained after the bylaw has been given third reading and before it is adopted.

(5) If a bylaw is subject to both requirements referred to in subsection (4), the approval referred to in subsection (4) (a) must be obtained before the bylaw is submitted for the approval or assent referred to in subsection (4) (b).

(6) Once a bylaw is adopted,

(a) the council member presiding at the meeting at which it was adopted, and

(b) the corporate officer

must sign the bylaw.

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Health Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 179

Protection where noncompliance caused by inability

109 (1) If any person, from poverty or other sufficient cause, is unable to comply with this Act, or part of it, the person must give notice of his or her inability to the medical health officer or to the local board.

(2) If the local board, on examination, is satisfied of the sufficiency of the cause of the inability, the secretary or a member of the board must give his or her certificate to that effect.

(3) A certificate given under subsection (2) is a bar to all proceedings against the person for a period of 6 months.

 

Remedy open to persons aggrieved by violation of Act
110 (1) A person who considers himself or herself aggrieved or injured by the violation by any other person of any provision of this Act, or any rules or regulations lawfully made under it, may lay an information and prosecute in respect of the violation.

(2) In a prosecution under subsection (1), it is not necessary to a conviction that the person prosecuting has been actually aggrieved or injured.


Contravention both of Act and bylaw
111 If an act or omission is a violation of an express provision of this Act, or of any rule or regulation authorized under it, and is also a violation of a bylaw of a municipality in respect of a matter over which the council of the municipality has jurisdiction, a conviction may be had under either this Act or the bylaw, but a second conviction must not be made for the same act or omission.

 

No judicial review
112 An order or other proceeding, matter or thing done or transacted in or relating to the execution of this Act, or of any rule or regulation authorized under it, must not be vacated, quashed or set aside for want of form, or be removed or removable by a proceeding in the nature of certiorari or other writ or process into the Supreme Court.

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Coinage Offences

25. No summary conviction under this Act shall be quashed for want of form, or be removed by cerriorari into the Supreme Court, and no warrant of commitment shall be held void by reason of any defect therein, provided it be therein alleged that the party has been convicted, and there be a valid conviction to sustain the same.

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CRIMINAL CODE
Supreme Court of Newfoundland, Trial Division Rules for Orders in the Nature of Certiorari, Habeas Corpus, Mandamus and Prohibition

Source Canada Gazette Archives

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HOWEVER, in many provinces, including B.C. procedural reforms mean that the 3 prerogative writs of certiorari, mandamus, and prohibition themselves can no longer be applied for or issued

* instead, in B.C. under the Judicial Review Procedure Act, one makes an application for judicial review by an originating application (a petition) and the statute provides that on such an application the court "may grant any relief that the applicant would be entitled to" in proceedings for relief in the nature of certiorari, prohibition or mandamus or for a declaration or injunction

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B. "Substantive" Illegality and irrationality - review of the adequacy of the factual and legal basis of decisions made under statutory authority and review of the rationality of exercises of discretionary statutory powers. Possible grounds of such review, depending on the circumstances, include:

  jurisdictional errors in interpretations of the scope and meaning of the statutory power

  errors of law "on the face of the record"

  reviewable errors of fact (deciding without a sufficient evidentiary basis)

  abuse of discretionary powers (unreasonable or unauthorized exercises of discretion)

Source http://www.law.uvic.ca/

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Judicial Review Procedure Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 241

Application for judicial review

2 (1) An application for judicial review is an originating application and must be brought by petition.

(2) On an application for judicial review, the court may grant any relief that the applicant would be entitled to in any one or more of the proceedings for:

(a) relief in the nature of mandamus, prohibition or certiorari;

(b) a declaration or injunction, or both, in relation to the exercise, refusal to exercise, or proposed or purported exercise, of a statutory power.

Error of law
3 The court's power to set aside a decision because of error of law on the face of the record on an application for relief in the nature of certiorari is extended so that it applies to an application for judicial review in relation to a decision made in the exercise of a statutory power of decision to the extent it is not limited or precluded by the enactment conferring the power of decision.


Existing provision limiting judicial review not affected
4 Subject to section 3, nothing in this Act permits a person to bring a proceeding referred to in section 2 if the person is otherwise limited or prohibited by law from bringing the proceeding.

Powers to direct tribunal to reconsider
5 (1) On an application for judicial review in relation to the exercise, refusal to exercise, or purported exercise of a statutory power of decision, the court may direct the tribunal whose act or omission is the subject matter of the application to reconsider and determine, either generally or in respect of a specified matter, the whole or any part of a matter to which the application relates.

(2) In giving a direction under subsection (1), the court must

(a) advise the tribunal of its reasons, and

(b) give it any directions that the court thinks appropriate for the reconsideration or otherwise of the whole or any part of the matter that is referred back for reconsideration.

Effect of direction
6 In reconsidering a matter referred back to it under section 5, the tribunal must have regard to the court's reasons for giving the direction and to the court's directions.

Power to set aside decision
7 If an applicant is entitled to a declaration that a decision made in the exercise of a statutory power of decision is unauthorized or otherwise invalid, the court may set aside the decision instead of making a declaration.

Power to refuse relief
8 (1) If, in a proceeding referred to in section 2, the court had, before February 1, 1977, a discretion to refuse to grant relief on any ground, the court has the same discretion to refuse to grant relief on the same ground.

(2) Despite subsection (1), the court may not refuse to grant relief in a proceeding referred to in section 2 on the ground that the relief should have been sought in another proceeding referred to in section 2.


Defects in form, technical irregularities
9 (1) On an application for judicial review of a statutory power of decision, the court may refuse relief if

(a) the sole ground for relief established is a defect in form or a technical irregularity, and

(b) the court finds that no substantial wrong or miscarriage of justice has occurred.

(2) If the decision has already been made, the court may make an order validating the decision despite the defect, to have effect from a time and on terms the court considers appropriate.

Interim order
10 On an application for judicial review, the court may make an interim order it considers appropriate until the final determination of the application.

No time limit for applications
11 An application for judicial review is not barred by passage of time unless

(a) an enactment otherwise provides, and

(b) the court considers that substantial prejudice or hardship will result to any other person affected by reason of delay.

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Judicial Review Procedure Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 241

Informations in the nature of quo warranto

18 (1) Informations in the nature of quo warranto are abolished.

(2) If a person acts in an office in which the person is not entitled to act and an information in the nature of quo warranto would, but for subsection (1), have been available against the person the court may, under an application for judicial review, grant an injunction restraining the person from acting and may declare the office to be vacant.

(3) A proceeding for an injunction under this section may not be taken by a person who would not immediately before February 1, 1977, have been entitled to apply for an information in the nature of quo warranto.

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Judicial Review Procedure Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 241

Relationship between this Act and Crown Proceeding Act
19 This Act is subject to the Crown Proceeding Act.

Crown Proceeding Act
[RSBC 1996] CHAPTER 89

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Certiorari
Source Duhaime.org

A writ of certiorari is a form of judicial review whereby a court is asked to consider a legal decision of an administrative tribunal, judicial office or organization (eg. government) and to decide if the decision has been regular and complete or if there has been an error of law.

A writ of certiorari is a form of judicial review whereby a court is asked to consider a legal decision of an administrative tribunal, judicial office or organization (eg. government) and to decide if the decision has been regular and complete, if there has been an error of law, if the tribunal had the power to make the decision complained of or whether the tribunal exceeded its powers in issuing the decision complained of.

For example, a certiorari may be used to wipe out a decision of an administrative tribunal which was made in violation of the rules of natural justice, such as a failure to give the person affected by the decision an opportunity to be heard.

Certiorari, if the application is successful, renders the decision at issue of no force or effect and null and void. Lawyers say it is quashed.

The companion remedy is prohibition, which asks that an anticipated or prospective decision, alleged to be ultra vires, be stopped before it issues.

Certiorai is one of the five traditional remedies available in administrative law.

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Natural Justice
Source Duhaime.org

Basic or fundamental judicial rights extended to a person with rights at issue.

A word used to refer to situations where audi alteram partem (the right to be heard) and nemo judex in parte sua (no person may judge their own case) apply.

The principles of natural justice were derived from the Romans who believed that some legal principles were "natural" or self-evident and did not require a statutory basis.

These two basic legal safeguards govern all decisions by judges or government officials when they take quasi-judicial or judicial decisions.

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Ultra Vires
Source Duhaime.org

Without authority. An act which is beyond the powers or authority of the person or organization which took it.
Latin for without authority.

An decision which is beyond the powers or authority of the person or organization which took it.

When a decision is thought to be ultra vires, the typical remedy is to get a higher level judicial body, such as a Court, to assess and rule on it.

If the decision has already been made, the remedy is certiorari. If the decision is anticipated, the remedy is prohibition.

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Prohibition
Source Duhaime.org

A legal restriction against the use of something or against certain conduct.
For example, in the 1920s, both the USA and Canada enacted liquor prohibitions, outlawing the manufacture or use of alcoholic beverages (see poster, pictured).

Prohibition also has another meaning, within administrative law.

As certiorari seeks to have a decision overturned for want of jurisdiction (ultra vires), prohibition seeks to prevent a prospective decision; to stop a lower court or tribunal "from doing something in excess of its jurisdiction".1

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Administrative Law
Source Duhaime.org

That body of law which applies for hearings before quasi-judicial or quasi-judicial organizations such as administrative tribunals, or the underlying regulatory agency.
Synonymous with "natural justice."

Administrative law is that body of law which applies for hearings before quasi-judicial bodies, boards, commissions or administrative tribunals supplement the rules of natural justice with their own detailed rules of procedure.

The two basic principles of administrative law are audi alteram partem and nemo judex in parte sua.

Through jurisprudence, common law or case law, these principles have each been expanded and refined beyond their original simplistic design to form distinct bodies of law forming together what the legal system refers to as administrative law.

When the tenets of administrative law have not been adhered to by administrative tribunals or quasi-judicial agencies, there are generally five remedies available depending on the alleged or anticipated wrongful decision or omission: habeas corpus, certiorari, prohibition, mandamus or quo warranto.

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Administrative Tribunal
Source Duhaime.org

Hybrid adjudicating authorities which render judicial decisions.

Hybrid adjudicating authorities which straddle the line between government and the courts.

Between routine government policy decision-making bodies and the traditional court forums lies a hybrid, sometimes called a "tribunal" or "administrative tribunal" and not necessarily presided by judges.

These operate as a government policy-making body at times but also exercise a licensing, certifying, approval or other adjudication authority which is " quasi-judicial" because it directly affects the legal rights of a person.

Administrative tribunals are often referred to as "Commission", "Authority" or "Board."

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Quasi-Judicial
Source Duhaime.org

Administrative tribunals or government officials which, in their decision-making process, are subject to the rules of natural justice.

Refers to decisions made by administrative tribunals or government officials to which the rules of natural justice apply. In judicial decisions, the principles of natural justice always apply.

But between routine government policy decisions and the traditional court forums lies a hybrid form of agency, sometimes called a "tribunal" or administrative tribunal, and not necessarily presided by judges.

These operate as a government policy-making body at times but may also exercise a licensing, certifying, approval or other adjudication authority which is "judicial" because it directly affects the legal rights of a person.

Some law teachers suggest that there is no such thing as a "quasi-judicial" decision or body. As in "quasi-pregnant", the body or decision is either judicial or not.

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Audi Alteram Partem
Source Duhaime.org

Latin; literally 'hear the other side'.
Latin; literally "hear the other side".

The maxim means, in law, that no person shall be condemned, punished or have any property right deprived, unheard.

A principle of natural justice which prohibits a judicial decision which impacts upon individual rights without giving all parties in the dispute a right to be heard.

Habeas corpus was an early expression of the audi alteram partem principle.

In more recent years, it has been extended to include the right to receive notice of a hearing and to be given an opportunity to be represented or heard at that hearing.

The expression received this endorsement from the US Supreme Court (1958, Caritativo v. People of State of California 357 US 549):

"Audi alteram partem - hear the other side! - a demand made insistently through the centuries, is now a command, spoken with the voice of the due process clause of the 14th Amendment, against state governments, and every branch of them - executive, legislative, and judicial - whenever any individual, however lowly and unfortunate, asserts a legal claim.

"It is beside the point that the claim may turn out not to be meritorious. It is beside the point that delay in the enforcement of the law may be entailed ...

"The right to be heard somehow by someone before a claim is denied, particularly if life hangs in the balance, is far greater in importance to society, in the light of the said history of its denial, than inconvenience in the execution of the law. If this is true when mere property interests are at stake ... how much more so when the difference is between life and death?"

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Habeas Corpus
Source Duhaime.org

Latin: a court petition which orders that a person being detained be produced before a judge for a hearing to decide whether the detention is lawful

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Case Law
Source Duhaime.org

The entire collection of published legal decisions of the courts which, because of stare decisis, contributes a large part of the legal rules which apply in modern society.
The entire collection of published legal decisions of the courts which, because of stare decisis, contributes a large part of the legal rules which apply in modern society.

If a rule of law cannot be found in written laws, lawyers will often say that it is a rule to be found in "case law". In other words, the rule is not in the statute books but can be found as a principle of law established by a judge in some recorded case.

The word jurisprudence has become synonymous for case law.

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Stare Decisis
Source Duhaime.org

(Latin) A basic principle of the law whereby once a decision (a precedent) on a certain set of facts has been made, another Court of the same rank or lower, must apply that decision in cases presenting the same set of facts.

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Jurisprudence
Source Duhaime.org

Thus, jurisprudence has come to refer to case law, or the legal decisions which have developed and which accompany statutes in applying the law against situations of fact.
Technically, jurisprudence means the "science of law".

Statutes articulate the bland rules of law, with only rare reference to factual situations.

The actual application of these statutes to facts is left to judges who consider not only the statute but also other legal rules which might be relevant to arrive at a judicial decision; hence, the "science".

Thus, jurisprudence" has come to refer to case law, or the legal decisions which have developed and which accompany statutes in applying the law against situations of fact.

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Lex Scripta
Source Duhaime.org

Written law; statutes.
In legal history, the term was prevalent as distinguished from lex non scripta, also and more commonly now known as the common law.

Modern law, in its gradual movement away from Latin terms, prefers the word statutes or legislation.

As an example of the use of this word, it was described in a Matthew Hale's The History of the Common Law of England and An Analysis of the Civil Part of the Law (London: Henry Butterworth, Law-Bookseller, 1820):

"... lex scripta, namely statutes or acts of parliament which, in their original formation are reduced to writing, and are so preserved in their original form, and in the same stile (sic) and words wherein they were first made."

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Common Law
Source Duhaime.org

Judge-declared law. Law which exists and applies to a group on the basis of customs and legal precedents developed over hundreds of years in Britain.
A body of English law of law which originated with an oral tradition of tribal justice in Britain thousands of years ago and which developed into a unique, cohesive national body of law (the 'realm') developed and set to writing by English judges over time, and which was eventually imported as the law of British colonies throughout the world such as the United States of America (except Louisiana), Canada (except Quebec) and India.

Two other sources have contributed to the common law although often described as exceptions thereto: equity and laws imposed by parliament (statutes), both of which have been stated to have, where they differ with the common law, precedence over it.

William Blackstone wrote in his Commentaries on the Laws of England (1756), that common law was:

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Adv. Plan Comm. ] Alt. Approval ] Ambulance ] Argo Road ] BC Hydro ] Budget 2010 ] Budget 2011 ] Budget 2012 ] Budget 2013 ] Budget 2014 ] Budget 2015 ] Building Inspection ] Build Laws - BC ] Build Laws - RDCO ] Building Violations ] COW Elect 08 ] COW Elect. 11 ] Director Edgson ] Dogs ] Easement Roads ] EDC ] Elect. Boundary ] Environ. Advisory ] ESS ] Finance ] Fintry Develop ] Fintry Park ] Fire Boat ] Fire Bylaws ] Fire Dept. ] Fire Dept FOI ] Fire Hydrants ] Fire Minutes ] Fires House ] FOI Act ] Friends Fintry ] Garbage ] Garbage Area ] Garbage Bylaws ] Garb Comment 08 ] Garbage Contract ] Garbage Finance ] Garbage FOI ] Garbage FOI ] Garbage La Casa ] Garbage Locker ] Garbage Minutes ] Garbage NOWESI ] Garbage Ombudsman ] Garbage Questionaire ] Garbage Secret ] Garbage Solution ] Garbage Survey ] Garbage Traders ] Governance Wide ] Government ] Helicopters ] History ] Killiney Hall ] Killiney Park ] La Casa ] Motorized Rec. ] NW OCP ] NWCA ] NWCA FOI ] NW Parks ] OKIB ] OKIB Logging ] OKIB Road ] OKIB Tax ] Peacocks ] Police Tax ] Property Tax ] RDCO ] RDCO Dog Minutes ] RDCO Jokes ] RDCO Policy ] RDCO Regs ] Report Animals ] Septic Systems ] Subdiv. History ] T. Mtn After Fire ] Terrace Mnt. Fire ] Trench Burner ] Vote Box ] Water Budget 08 ] Water Budget 09 ] Water Budget 10 ] Water Bylaws ] Water Construct ] Water FOI ] Water Grants ] Water Judgements ] Water Laws ] Water Meters ] Water Minutes ] Water Rates ] Water Right-of-Way ] Water Survey ] Water System ] Water VOS ] Water VOS Pics ] Water Well Data ] Water Wells ] Westside Road ] WR Development ] WR Incorporation ] WR Overpass ] WRIC ] Zoning Bylaw 66 ] Zoning Bylaw 1981 ] Zoning Bylaw 871 ]

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