C-61.1 - Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife

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16. A wildlife protection officer or a wildlife protection assistant may seize any animal, fish, invertebrate, wildlife by-product or pelt, or any specimen of a threatened or vulnerable plant species referred to in section 13.1, or any of its parts, in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A wildlife protection officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A wildlife protection officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The wildlife protection assistant who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the seized property to a wildlife protection officer forthwith.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334; 1996, c. 62, s. 11; 2000, c. 48, s. 3, s. 36; 2009, c. 49, s. 43; 2021, c. 242021, c. 24, s. 10.
16. A wildlife protection officer or a wildlife protection assistant may seize any animal, fish or pelt, or any specimen of a threatened or vulnerable plant species referred to in section 13.1, or any of its parts, in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A wildlife protection officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A wildlife protection officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The wildlife protection assistant who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish, pelt or specimen of a plant species or any of its parts to a wildlife protection officer forthwith.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334; 1996, c. 62, s. 11; 2000, c. 48, s. 3, s. 36; 2009, c. 49, s. 43.
16. A protection officer or a protection assistant may seize any animal, fish or pelt, or any specimen of a threatened or vulnerable plant species referred to in section 13.1, or any of its parts, in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A protection officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A protection officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The protection assistant who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish, pelt or specimen of a plant species or any of its parts to a protection officer forthwith.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334; 1996, c. 62, s. 11; 2000, c. 48, s. 3, s. 36.
16. A conservation officer or a conservation assistant may seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A conservation officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The conservation assistant who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer forthwith.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334; 1996, c. 62, s. 11.
16. A conservation officer or a deputy conservation officer may seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A conservation officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The deputy conservation officer who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer forthwith.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334; 1996, c. 62, s. 11.
16. A conservation officer or a deputy conservation officer may seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A conservation officer may also seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The deputy conservation officer who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2; 1990, c. 4, s. 334.
16. A conservation officer or a deputy conservation officer may, without a warrant, seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also, without a warrant, seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
A conservation officer may also, without a warrant, seize anything where he has reasonable and probable grounds for believing that it may be used to prove that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed.
The deputy conservation officer who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40; 1988, c. 39, s. 2.
16. A conservation officer or a deputy conservation officer may, without a warrant, seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or against any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also, without a warrant, seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it or any other Act or regulation assigned to his administration.
The deputy conservation officer who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer.
1983, c. 39, s. 16; 1984, c. 47, s. 40.
16. A conservation officer or a deputy conservation officer may, without a warrant, seize any animal, fish or pelt in respect of which he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that an offence against this Act or the regulations under it has been committed, or which has been used to commit such an offence.
A conservation officer may also, without a warrant, seize any vehicle, aircraft, boat, dog or object where he has reasonable and probable cause to believe that it has been used to commit an offence against this Act or the regulations under it.
The deputy conservation officer who has made a seizure under the first paragraph shall deliver the animal, fish or pelt to a conservation officer.
1983, c. 39, s. 16.