84.1. The Minister may claim from any person or partnership the direct and indirect costs of enforcing a measure or issuing an order under this Act. If the measure or order applies to more than one person or partnership, the debtors are solidarily liable.
Claims must be notified by notice to the person or partnership concerned. Such a notice of claim must set out
(1) the amount of the claim;
(2) the reasons for it;
(3) the time from which the amount bears interest;
(4) the right to contest the claim and the time limit for doing so;
(5) information on the procedure for recovering the amount claimed, in particular with regard to the issue of the recovery certificate provided for in section 84.5 and its effects; and
(6) the possibility that the facts on which the claim is founded may give rise to penal proceedings.
If the notice of claim applies to more than one person or partnership, the debtors are solidarily liable.
Unless otherwise provided, the amount owing bears interest at the rate determined under the first paragraph of section 28 of the Tax Administration Act (chapter A-6.002), from the 31st day after notification of the notice.
Notification of a notice of claim interrupts the prescription provided for in the Civil Code with regard to the recovery of an amount owing.