22.4. The Minister may authorize any person to act as an inspector for the purpose of verifying compliance with this Act.
An inspector may, in the exercise of his or her functions,
(1) at any reasonable time, enter any premises where an anti-maltreatment policy applies;
(2) take photographs or make recordings of the premises and the property located there; and
(3) require the communication of any document or file for examination or reproduction, if the inspector has reasonable grounds to believe that they contain information relating to the application of this Act or the regulations.
If the premises referred to in subparagraph 1 of the first paragraph are in the nature of a dwelling for the occupant, the inspector must obtain the occupant’s consent before inspecting the premises.
2022, c. 62022, c. 6, s. 151.