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The Fortified Buildings Act

C.C.S.M. c. F153

The Fortified Buildings Act

INTERPRETATION
1 (1) Definitions
(2) Interpretation
(3) Exception for normal residential security
INSPECTORS
2 (1) Appointing inspectors
(2) Identification
3 (1) Powers of inspectors
(2) Warrant to enter a dwelling place
(3) No obstruction
(4) Records
4 (1) Authority to issue a warrant
(2) Use of force
DIRECTOR
5 (1) Designating fortified building a threat to public safety
(2) Considerations
(3) Designation without notice or hearing
ORDERS
6 (1) Removal order
(2) Notice re possibility of closure order
(3) Right of inspection
7 (1) Closure order
(2) Content of closure order
(3) Early termination of closure order
(4) No appeal of closure order
(5) Posting of closure order
8 (1) Service of orders
(2) Deemed date of service
(3) Effective date of order
9 (1) Notice of orders
(2) Revocation of notice
APPEAL OF REMOVAL ORDER
10 (1) Filing appeal
(2) Time for appealing removal order
(3) Director party to appeal
(4) Appeal to be heard on an urgent basis
(5) Appeal a new hearing
(6) Decision of court
11 Appeal stays operation of removal order
CLOSURE OF BUILDING BY DIRECTOR
12 (1)
(2) Director may employ tradespersons etc.
(3) Director may attach locks etc.
(4) Director not responsible for opening of building
13 (1) Director to close building
(2) Removal of occupants
14 (1) Responsibility for cost of closure and removal
(2) Cost of closure a debt to the Crown
(3) Certificate of debt
(4) Filing of certificate
TRAPS
14.1 Traps prohibited
14.2 Warrant
14.3 (1) Removal of trap
(2) Responsibility for cost of removal
OFFENCES AND PENALTIES
15 (1)
(2) Penalties
(2.1) Penalties re trap
(3) Directors and officers
GENERAL PROVISIONS
16 Protection from liability
17 Assistance of peace officer
18 All buildings subject to Act
19 Regulations
20 C.C.S.M. reference
21 Coming into force