In Dalpadado v. North Bend Land Society (released May 2018), the Supreme Court of British Columbia held that the failure of a non-profit corporation to have an annual audit, although not compliant with its legal obligations, was not in itself oppressive to its members.
In Park v. Canada Korea Foundation (decided August 2017), Justice Bowden of the Supreme Court of British Columbia held that a dissolved (and, therefore, non-existent) corporation still had the limited capacity to take steps to recover litigation costs awarded in its favour and, to that end, to instruct counsel.
In its 2007 decision in Mowat v. University of Saskatchewan Students' Union, the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal overturned the internal decision of a student association to become a member of a national student federation, despite the approval by a majority of students in a referendum.
In Vancouver Opera Foundation, Re (released March 2015), a registered charity incorporated under the Society Act (British Columbia) tried to obtain a court order overriding certain provisions of its constitution that were declared to be unalterable. While it failed to obtain the court order it sought, the court suggested some viable work-around solutions.