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

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19. A wildlife protection officer shall, on request of the person having a right therein, return to that person property seized by him or which has been delivered to him by a wildlife protection assistant if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The wildlife protection officer may apply for an extension of that time limit in accordance with article 133 of the Code of Penal Procedure (chapter C-25.1), with the necessary modifications.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7; 1988, c. 39, s. 3; 1996, c. 62, s. 48; 2000, c. 48, s. 36; 2009, c. 49, s. 43; 2021, c. 242021, c. 24, s. 13.
19. A wildlife protection officer shall, on request of the person having a right therein, return to that person property seized by him or which has been delivered to him by a wildlife protection assistant if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7; 1988, c. 39, s. 3; 1996, c. 62, s. 48; 2000, c. 48, s. 36; 2009, c. 49, s. 43.
19. A protection officer shall, on request of the person having a right therein, return to that person property seized by him or which has been delivered to him by a protection assistant if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7; 1988, c. 39, s. 3; 1996, c. 62, s. 48; 2000, c. 48, s. 36.
19. A conservation officer shall, on request of the person having a right therein, return to that person property seized by him or which has been delivered to him by a conservation assistant if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7; 1988, c. 39, s. 3; 1996, c. 62, s. 48.
19. A conservation officer shall, on request of the person having a right therein, return to that person property seized by him or which has been delivered to him by a deputy conservation officer if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7; 1988, c. 39, s. 3.
19. Property seized by a conservation officer or deputy conservation officer must be returned to its owner if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 120 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19; 1986, c. 109, s. 7.
19. Property seized by a conservation officer or deputy conservation officer must be returned to its owner if no charge is laid in respect of the property within 90 days of the date of seizure.
The justice of the peace may, however, order the period of seizure extended by not over 90 days.
1983, c. 39, s. 19.