219.14. Every person who
(1) accepts or executes an order for election expenses that is not given or authorized by an authorized candidate,
(2) claims or accepts, for goods or services all or part of the cost of which constitutes an election expense, a price that is different from the regular price for similar goods or services outside the election period, or
(3) refuses to be paid for goods or services all or part of the cost of which constitutes an election expense, unless the service provided consists in work referred to in paragraph 1 of section 206.18,
is guilty of an offence.
For the purposes of this section, the expression “election expenses” includes expenses referred to in paragraph 8 of section 206.36 and the expression “candidate” includes a private intervenor within the meaning of Division VIII of Chapter XI, if the private intervenor is an elector, and the representative of such an intervenor if the private intervenor is a group of electors.
2002, c. 10, s. 87; 2010, c. 32, s. 39.