Excise Act, 2001
Marginal note:Refusal to issue licence or registration
23 (1) The Minister may refuse to issue a licence or registration to a person if the Minister has reason to believe
(a) that access to the person’s premises will be denied or impeded by any person; or
(b) that the refusal is otherwise in the public interest.
Marginal note:Amendment or renewal
(2) Subject to the regulations, the Minister may amend, suspend, renew, cancel or reinstate any licence or registration.
Marginal note:Cancellation, etc. — access to premises
(2.1) The Minister may amend, suspend or cancel any licence or registration of a person if
(a) access to the premises of the licensee or registrant is denied or impeded by any person; or
(b) it is otherwise in the public interest.
Marginal note:Conditions imposed by Minister
(3) On issuing a licence or registration, or at any later time, the Minister
(a) may, subject to the regulations, specify the activities that may be carried on under the licence or registration and the premises where those activities may be carried on;
(b) shall, in the case of a spirits licence or a tobacco licence, require security in a form satisfactory to the Minister and in an amount determined in accordance with the regulations; and
(c) may impose any other conditions that the Minister considers appropriate with respect to the carrying on of activities under the licence or registration.
- 2002, c. 22, s. 23
- 2008, c. 28, s. 52
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