Notice of Change of Information
50. (1) The holder of a licence to produce shall, within 10 days after the occurrence, notify the Minister in writing of
(a) a change in the holder’s name; or
(b) subject to subsection (2), a change in the holder’s address of ordinary residence.
(2) If the holder’s address of ordinary residence is also the address of the site for the production of marihuana under the licence, the holder shall make an application under section 46.
(3) A notice under paragraph (1)(a) must be accompanied by proof of the change.
(4) On receiving a notice under subsection (1), the Minister shall amend the licence accordingly.
- SOR/2007-207, s. 17.
51. [Repealed, SOR/2005-177, s. 22]
52. The holder of a licence to produce may produce marihuana only at the production site and production area authorized in the licence.
- SOR/2007-207, s. 18.
52.1 The holder of a licence to produce shall not simultaneously produce marihuana partly indoors and partly outdoors.
- SOR/2007-207, s. 18.
53. If the production area for a licence to produce permits the production of marihuana entirely outdoors or partly indoors and partly outdoors, the holder shall not produce marihuana outdoors if the production site is adjacent to a school, public playground, day care facility or other public place frequented mainly by persons under 18 years of age.
54. [Repealed, SOR/2003-387, s. 10]
54.1 [Repealed, SOR/2010-63, s. 2]
55. The holder of a licence to produce may keep dried marihuana only indoors at the site authorized in the licence for that purpose.
56. [Repealed, SOR/2003-387, s. 12]
57. (1) To verify that the production of marihuana is in conformity with these Regulations and a licence to produce, an inspector may, at any reasonable time, enter any place where the inspector believes on reasonable grounds that marihuana is being produced or kept by the holder of the licence to produce, and may, for that purpose,
(a) open and examine any receptacle or package found there that could contain marihuana;
(b) examine anything found there that is used or may be capable of being used to produce or keep marihuana;
(c) examine any records, electronic data or other documents found there dealing with marihuana, other than records dealing with the medical condition of a person, and make copies or take extracts;
(d) use, or cause to be used, any computer system found there to examine electronic data referred to in paragraph (c);
(e) reproduce, or cause to be reproduced, any document from electronic data referred to in paragraph (c) in the form of a printout or other output;
(f) take any document or output referred to in paragraph (c) or (e) for examination or copying;
(g) examine any substance found there and, for the purpose of analysis, take samples, as reasonably required; and
(h) seize and detain, in accordance with Part IV of the Act, any substance found there, if the inspector believes, on reasonable grounds, that it is necessary.
(2) An inspector may not enter a dwelling-place without the consent of an occupant of the dwelling-place.
(3) An inspector who seizes marihuana shall take such measures as are reasonable in the circumstances to give to the owner or other person in charge of the place where the seizure occurred notice of the seizure and of the location where the seized marihuana is being kept or stored.
(4) If an inspector determines that the detention of marihuana seized under paragraph (1)(h) is no longer necessary to ensure compliance with these Regulations, the inspector shall notify in writing the owner or other person in charge of the place where the seizure occurred of that determination and, on being issued a receipt for the marihuana, shall return it to that person.
- SOR/2007-207, s. 19.
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