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The Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

C.C.S.M. c. C94

The Child Sexual Exploitation and Human Trafficking Act

PART 1
INTERPRETATION
1 (1) Definitions
(2) Elements of child sexual exploitation
(3) Elements of human trafficking
PART 2
PROTECTION ORDERS
2 Authority
3 (1) Applicant
(2) Application without notice
(3) How an application may be submitted
(4) Evidence under oath
4 (1) Telecommunication of documents
(2) Evidence received by telephone
(3) J.J.P. not to wait for transmission
(4) Effect of order based on telecommunication
5 Considerations re exchange of controlled substance
6 Protection order
7 (1) Contents of protection order
(2) Additional provisions restricting respondent
(3) Order of judge or master
(4) Protection order expires in 3 years
(5) Exception
(6) Expiry date in order
8 (1) Written copy of order
(2) Documents to Q.B.
(3) Enforcement of protection order filed in Q.B.
9 (1) Service of protection order on respondent
(2) Respondent bound when served
(3) Service on subject
10 (1) Application to set aside order
(2) Application does not stay order
(3) Use of evidence from application for order
(4) Onus on respondent
(5) Decision
11 (1) Appeals
(2) Effect of appeal
12 (1) Court may vary or revoke order
(2) Adjournment to allow subject to obtain advice
13 (1) New protection order
(2) Compliance with protection order
14 (1) Ban on identification of party or witness
(2) Ban on identifying minors
15 Certain information to be kept confidential
16 Court may ban publication of information
17 (1) Offence and penalty
(2) Corporate officers and directors
PART 3
TORT OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
18 Tort of human trafficking
19 (1) Action without proof of damage
(2) Consent no defence
20 (1) Remedies
(2) Considerations
(3) Accounting not considered in awarding damages
(4) No double compensation
PART 4
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS
21 Other rights not affected
22 Regulations
23 C.C.S.M. reference
24 Coming into force