E-12.01 - Act respecting threatened or vulnerable species

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34.1. Where the thing seized is perishable or likely to depreciate rapidly, the inspector of plant life may dispose of it in the manner prescribed by regulation.
If the inspector of plant life has disposed of such a thing and it subsequently appears that there is no cause for confiscation, he shall, at the request of the person entitled thereto, pay to him the indemnity determined in accordance with the regulation, as replacement for the property.
1997, c. 11, s. 2.