R-26.2 - Act respecting nature reserves on private land

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22. On finding a person guilty of an offence under this Act, the court may, in addition to imposing any other penalty and provided the application for the order is made in the person’s presence or the person was given prior notice by the prosecutor, order the offender to take every necessary measure, at his or her expense and within the time fixed, to restore the premises to the state they were in before the commission of the offence.
If the offender fails to obey the order of the court, the Minister may restore the premises to their former state at the offender’s expense.
The Minister may claim all direct and indirect restoration costs from the offender in the same manner as any debt due to the Government.
2001, c. 14, s. 22.