I-0.01 - Firearms Registration Act

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14. A peace officer or any person the Minister authorizes to carry out an inspection may enter any establishment of a firearms business at any reasonable hour to verify whether the business is complying with its obligations under section 13.
The person carrying out the inspection may examine or copy the operations monitoring table and require any relevant document or information. The person may also examine the firearms, open any container on the premises or require any person to open any container to examine the firearms and verify the accuracy of the information in the operations monitoring table.
A person having custody, possession or control of the firearms, containers, documents or information referred to in the second paragraph must make them available to the person carrying out the inspection and facilitate their examination.
2016, c. 152016, c. 15, s. 14.
In force: 2018-01-29
14. A peace officer or any person the Minister authorizes to carry out an inspection may enter any establishment of a firearms business at any reasonable hour to verify whether the business is complying with its obligations under section 13.
The person carrying out the inspection may examine or copy the operations monitoring table and require any relevant document or information. The person may also examine the firearms, open any container on the premises or require any person to open any container to examine the firearms and verify the accuracy of the information in the operations monitoring table.
A person having custody, possession or control of the firearms, containers, documents or information referred to in the second paragraph must make them available to the person carrying out the inspection and facilitate their examination.
2016, c. 152016, c. 15, s. 14.