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The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act

R.S.M. 1987, c. P132

The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act

Table of Contents

1 Definitions.
2 Application of Act.
3 Registrar.
4 Licence required.
(2) Prohibition against holding out.
5 Employees.
6 Application for carrying on business.
(2) Licence for employees.
(3) Fees.
7 Bonds.
(2) Type of bonds acceptable.
(3) Collateral security.
8 Address for service.
9 Notice of changes in business, etc.
10 Investigation of applicant.
11 Further information.
12 Issue of licence.
13 Terms of licence.
14 Hearing.
15 Temporary licences.
16 Temporary licence on death of operator.
17 Transfers.
18 Effect of termination of employment.
19 Surrender of licence.
(2) Surrender of licences by operator.
20 Suspension and cancellation.
21 Reasons.
22 Investigation of complaints.
(2) Access to documents.
(3) Authority for access.
(4) Where order may be issued.
23 Confidential information.
24 Notice of decision, etc.
(2) Service.
25 Appeal.
(2) Rights of registrar on appeal.
(3) Authority of court.
26 Right to counsel.
27 Use of "private detective".
28 Name of business.
29 Confidence of private investigators, etc.
30 Age limit.
31 Identification of private investigators.
(2) Identification card to be carried.
32 Identification of security guard.
(2) Evidence of authority.
33 Uniforms.
(2) Use of uniform by private investigator.
34 Licensees not to act as collectors, etc.
35 Holding out as police.
36 Advertising.
37 Offence.
38 Limitation.
(2) Consent of minister.
39 Certificate as evidence.
40 Regulations.