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S.M. 2002, c. 56: Table of Contents

S.M. 2002, c. 56

Bill 2, 4th Session, 37th Legislature

The Civil Remedies Against Organized Crime and Liquor Control Amendment Act

Section Table of Contents
PART 1
THE CIVIL REMEDIES AGAINST ORGANIZED CRIME ACT
1(1) Definitions
(2) Interpretation: "owns or manages a business"
2 Application must be brought by police chief
MEMBER OF A CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION OWNING OR MANAGING A BUSINESS
3(1) Application
(2) Order
MEMBER OF A CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION APPLYING FOR A BUSINESS LICENCE
4(1) Application
(2) Order
(3) Licence or registration certificate not to be issued
CARRYING ON A BUSINESS TO ADVANCE AN UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY
5(1) Application
(2) Order
PERSON CONSPIRING TO ENGAGE IN UNLAWFUL ACTIVITY
6(1) Application
(2) Order
(3) Presumption of risk of injury to the public
(4) Interim order where application pending
(5) Order may be for specified time
7(1) Damages re conspiracy to engage in unlawful activity
(2) Damages are a debt to the government
(3) Damages to be paid into Victims' Assistance Fund
GENERAL PROVISIONS
8 Application to be heard on an urgent basis
9 Queen's Bench rules re discovery not to apply
10 Standard of proof
11 Proof of offence
12 Corporation may not be revived
13 Appeal to Court of Appeal
14 Service of order on authority and compliance
15 Protection from legal action
PART 2
AMENDMENTS TO THE LIQUOR CONTROL ACT
16(1) C.C.S.M. c. L160 amended
(2)
(5.1) Court order re prohibited place
(3)
(9) Gang colours forbidden
(10) Definition of "gang colours"
PART 3
CONSEQUENTIAL AMENDMENTS TO THE VICTIMS' BILL OF RIGHTS
17(1) Consequential amendments, C.C.S.M. c. V55
(2)
(3)
43.1 Funds from Civil Remedies Against Organized Crime Act
PART 4
CITATION AND COMING INTO FORCE
18 C.C.S.M. reference
19 Coming into force