P-9.3 - Pesticides Act

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91. If any of the things seized are perishable, the person who has custody of them may apply to a judge for authorization to sell them.
The sale shall be made on the terms and conditions fixed by the judge and by the person designated by him.
At least one clear day’s notice of the filing of the application shall be served on the inspector and on the owner or lawful possessor of the thing seized, if known, unless he has custody of it.
Where the deterioration of the thing is imminent, the judge may exempt the person having custody of it from the service of the notice.
The proceeds of the sale are deposited with the Bureau général de dépôts pour le Québec.
1987, c. 29, s. 91; 1992, c. 61, s. 435; 1999, c. 40, s. 211; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP); 2016, c. 72016, c. 7, s. 183.
91. If any of the things seized are perishable, the person who has custody of them may apply to a judge for authorization to sell them.
The sale shall be made on the terms and conditions fixed by the judge and by the person designated by him.
At least one clear day’s notice of the filing of the application shall be served on the inspector and on the owner or lawful possessor of the thing seized, if known, unless he has custody of it.
Where the deterioration of the thing is imminent, the judge may exempt the person having custody of it from the service of the notice.
The proceeds of the sale are considered proceeds of a sale under judicial authority and the Deposit Act (chapter D-5) applies, adapted as required.
1987, c. 29, s. 91; 1992, c. 61, s. 435; 1999, c. 40, s. 211; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
91. If any of the things seized are perishable, the person who has custody of them may apply to a judge for authorization to sell them.
The sale shall be made on the terms and conditions fixed by the judge and by the person designated by him.
At least one clear day’s notice of the filing of the application shall be served on the inspector and on the owner or lawful possessor of the thing seized, if known, unless he has custody of it.
Where the deterioration of the thing is imminent, the judge may exempt the person having custody of it from the service of the notice.
The proceeds of the sale are considered proceeds of a judicial sale and the Deposit Act (chapter D-5) applies, adapted as required.
1987, c. 29, s. 91; 1992, c. 61, s. 435; 1999, c. 40, s. 211.
91. If any of the things seized are perishable, the person who has custody of them may apply to a judge for authorization to sell them.
The sale shall be made on the terms and conditions fixed by the judge and by the person designated by him.
At least one clear day’s notice of the filing of the application shall be served on the inspector and on the owner or lawful possessor of the thing seized, if known, unless he has custody of it.
Where the deterioration of the thing is imminent, the judge may exempt the person having custody of it from the service of the notice.
The proceeds of the sale are deemed proceeds of a judicial sale and the Deposit Act (chapter D-5) applies, adapted as required.
1987, c. 29, s. 91; 1992, c. 61, s. 435.
91. If any of the things seized are perishable, the person who has custody of them may apply to a justice of the peace for authorization to sell them.
The sale shall be made on the terms and conditions fixed by the justice of the peace and by the person designated by him.
At least one clear day’s notice of the filing of the application shall be served on the inspector and on the owner or lawful possessor of the thing seized, if known, unless he has custody of it.
Where the deterioration of the thing is imminent, the justice of the peace may exempt the person having custody of it from the service of the notice.
The proceeds of the sale are deemed proceeds of a judicial sale and the Deposit Act (chapter D-5) applies, adapted as required.
1987, c. 29, s. 91.