602. (1) The contravention of a provision of these Regulations set out in column 1 of an item of Schedule 3 is designated a violation that may be proceeded with in accordance with sections 33 to 46, 49 and 50 of the Act.
(2) For each violation designated under subsection (1),
(a) the penalty or range of penalties for
(i) an individual is set out in column 2, and
(ii) a corporation is set out in column 3; and
(b) if an “X” appears in column 4, the violation constitutes a separate violation for each day on which it is continued.
- SOR/2006-270, s. 9.
NOTICE AND SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS
Service of Documents
701. (1) This section applies to the following documents:
(a) a notice of violation referred to in paragraph 33(1)(b) of the Act;
(b) a notice of compliance referred to in section 35 of the Act; and
(c) a notice of default referred to in subsection 36(1) of the Act.
(2) A document may be served on an individual by
(a) giving a copy to the individual;
(b) giving a copy to someone who appears to be an adult member of the same household at the last known address or usual place of residence of the individual; or
(c) sending a copy by registered mail or courier to the last known address or usual place of residence of the individual or by facsimile transmission to the last facsimile number provided.
(3) A document may be served on a person other than an individual by
(a) giving a copy to one of the person’s officers or agents at the person’s head office or place of business; or
(b) sending a copy by registered mail or courier to the head office or place of business of the person or their agent or by facsimile transmission to the last facsimile number provided.
(4) A document that is served by facsimile transmission shall include a cover page setting out
(a) the name and address and telephone and facsimile numbers of the sender;
(b) the date and time of transmission;
(c) the total number of pages transmitted, including the cover page; and
(d) the name and telephone number of a person to contact in the event of transmission problems, if they differ from those provided for the sender.
(5) A document that is served by
(a) registered mail is deemed to have been served on the fourth day after the day on which it was sent; and
(b) facsimile transmission is deemed to have been served on the day after the day on which it was sent.
(6) Proof of service of a document may be made by showing
(a) in the case of a document transmitted by facsimile, a proof of transmission produced by the facsimile machine that sets out the date and time of transmission; or
(b) in any other case, an acknowledgement of service signed by or on behalf of the person served, specifying the date and place of service.
- SOR/2006-270, s. 9.
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