P-29 - Food Products Act

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33.1. Every authorized person may seize any product, animal or other object to which this Act applies if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that an offence against this Act or the regulations has been committed in relation to or by means of such product, animal or object or that the product is unfit for human consumption or is so deteriorated as to be unfit for human consumption or that the safety of the product for human consumption is uncertain.
In addition, the authorized person may seize any product intended for animal consumption if the authorized person has reasonable grounds to believe that the product constitutes a danger to the life or health of consumers.
1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 10; 2000, c. 26, s. 21; 2009, c. 10, s. 36.
33.1. Every authorized person may seize any product or other object to which this Act applies if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that an offence against this Act or the regulations has been committed in relation to or by means of such product or object or that the product is unfit for human consumption or is so deteriorated as to be unfit for human consumption or that the safety of the product for human consumption is uncertain.
In addition, the authorized person may seize any product intended for animal consumption if the authorized person has reasonable grounds to believe that the product constitutes a danger to the life or health of consumers.
1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 10; 2000, c. 26, s. 21.
33.1. Every authorized person may seize any product or other object to which this Act applies if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that an offence against this Act or the regulations has been committed in relation to or by means of such product or object or that the product is unfit for human consumption or is deteriorated so that it is unfit for human consumption.
1986, c. 95, s. 240; 1990, c. 80, s. 10.
33.10. The Minister may order the operator of premises contemplated in section 33 to cease operations in the premises, or to restrict them as he determines, for 15 days or less, where in his opinion they are an immediate source of danger to the life or health of consumers.
The order shall state the grounds for the Minister’s decision, refer to any minutes, analysis or survey report or other technical report on which his order is based and advise the operator that he may obtain a copy of any such document on request.
The order takes effect upon its service on the operator of the premises.
1987, c. 62, s. 1.
33.1. Every authorized person may seize any product or other object to which this Act applies if he believes, on reasonable grounds, that an offence against this Act or the regulations has been committed in relation to or by means of such product or object.
1986, c. 95, s. 240.