GENERAL OBLIGATIONS OF THE MINISTER
Marginal note:Notice of refusal or revocation
10. (1) If the Minister proposes to refuse to issue, amend or renew or proposes to revoke a licence, permit or registration number under these Regulations, the Minister must
(a) send a notice to the applicant or to the holder of the licence, permit or registration number together with a written report that sets out the reasons for the refusal or revocation; and
(b) give the applicant or holder an opportunity to be heard in respect of the refusal or revocation.
Marginal note:Notice of suspension
(2) The suspension of a licence or permit under these Regulations takes effect as soon as the Minister informs the holder of the licence or permit of the decision to suspend and provides a written report that sets out the reasons for the suspension.
Marginal note:Opportunity to be heard
(3) A person who receives a notice of suspension referred to in subsection (2) may, in the 10 days following the receipt of the notice, provide the Minister with reasons why the suspension of the licence or permit is unfounded.
- SOR/2010-223, s. 4.
Marginal note:Further information
11. The Minister may, on receiving an application made under these Regulations, require the submission of any further information that pertains to the information contained in the application and that is necessary for the Minister to process the application.
Marginal note:Inspection of premises
12. In order to confirm any information contained in an application for a licence made under these Regulations or an amendment or a renewal of a licence, an inspector may, at a time during normal business hours that is convenient for the applicant and with the reasonable assistance of the applicant, inspect the premises for which the licence, amendment or renewal is requested.
Marginal note:Order to return a seized substance
13. (1) For the purpose of subsection 24(1) of the Act, notice of application for an order to return a seized substance shall be given in writing to the Attorney General by registered mail.
(2) The notice referred to in subsection (1) shall be mailed not less than 15 clear days prior to the date the application is to be made to a justice and must specify
(a) the name of the justice to whom the application is to be made;
(b) the time and place where the application is to be heard;
(c) the targeted substance in respect of which the application is to be made; and
(d) the evidence upon which the applicant intends to rely to establish that the applicant is entitled to possession of the targeted substance.
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