The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act

R.S.M. 1987, c. C305

The Criminal Injuries Compensation Act

Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
(2) Person deemed as spouse.
(3) Person deemed to have intended act.
2 Criminal Injuries Compensation Board.
(2) Composition of board.
(3) Barrister as member of board.
(4) Payment of remuneration to members.
3 Chairman.
4 Board procedure.
(2) Quorum.
(3) Member may act alone.
5 Powers of inquiry.
6 Entitlement to compensation.
(2) Limitation period.
(3) Extension of time.
(4) Non-residents may qualify.
(5) Jurisdiction of board in certain cases.
(6) Where victim in criminal institution.
7 Hearing.
(2) Application on behalf of infant, etc.
(3) Service of notice on infant or person of unsound mind.
8 Public hearings.
(2) Hearings in camera.
9 Representation before board.
10 Evidence.
(2) Proof of conviction.
11 Factors in considering compensation.
(2) Board may decline to make order.
12 Basis of compensation.
(2) No compensation for certain losses.
(3) Spouse eligible for compensation.
13 Payment for rehabilitation of victim.
14 Certain deductions from award.
(2) Costs.
(3) Award not subject to garnishment.
15 Terms of payment
(2) Award subject to conditions.
(3) Direct payment of expenses to person entitled.
16 Copy of order to Attorney-General.
(2) Written reasons for decision.
17 Civil actions.
(2) Applicant required to take civil action.
(3) Consent of board for settlement
(4) Reduction or revocation of award.
18 Recovery of money from wrongdoer.
(2) Reduction or discontinuance of monthly payments.
(3) Recovery of compensation by Crown.
19 Compensation awarded on false evidence.
20 Variation of award.
(2) Matters considered in variation of award.
21 Jurisdiction of courts.
(2) Orders of board not reviewable.
22 Offence and penalty.
23 Regulations.
(2) Amendment of Schedule.
(3) Compensation payable.
(4) Minimum compensation.
24 Costs of administration.
(2) Credit to Consolidated Fund.
25 Designation of board.
26 Definition of panel.
(2) Reference by board in its discretion.
(3) Reference to panel on request.
(4) Discussions with physicians.
(5) Opinion in writing.
(6) Opinion of panel.
(7) Establishment of medical review panel.
(8) Neurosis review panel.
(9) Remuneration for members of panel.
(10) Procedures.
(11) Opinion of panel final.
27 Annual report.
SCHEDULE 1
SCHEDULE 2