Marginal note:Registration of certificate
180.7 (1) If the time limit for the payment of an amount determined by the Minister in a notice of violation has expired, the time limit for the request for a review has expired, the time limit for an appeal has expired, or an appeal has been disposed of, on production in any superior court, a certificate issued under section 180.4, paragraph 180.5(b) or subsection 180.6(4) shall be registered in the court. When it is registered, a certificate has the same force and effect, and proceedings may be taken in connection with it, as if it were a judgment in that court obtained by Her Majesty in right of Canada against the person named in the certificate for a debt of the amount set out in the certificate.
Marginal note:Recovery of costs and charges
(2) All reasonable costs and charges attendant on the registration of the certificate are recoverable in like manner as if they had been certified and the certificate had been registered under subsection (1).
Marginal note:Amounts received deemed public moneys
(3) An amount received by the Minister or the Tribunal under this section is deemed to be public money within the meaning of the Financial Administration Act.
- 2007, c. 19, s. 52.
Marginal note:References to “Minister”
180.8 (1) In the case of a violation referred to in subsection 177(1) or (1.1), every reference to the “Minister” in sections 180.3 to 180.7 shall be read as a reference to the Agency or to a person designated by the Agency.
Marginal note:Delegation by Minister
(2) In the case of a violation referred to in subsection 177(2), the Minister may delegate to the Agency any power, duty or function conferred on the Minister under this Part.
- 2007, c. 19, s. 52;
- 2013, c. 31, s. 14.
Marginal note:Time limit for proceedings
181. Proceedings in respect of a violation may be instituted not later than twelve months after the time when the subject-matter of the proceedings arose.
PART VIIREPEALS, TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS, CONSEQUENTIAL AND CONDITIONAL AMENDMENTS AND COMING INTO FORCE
182. to 184. [Repeals]
Marginal note:Repeal of R.S., c. R-3
185. (1) Subject to subsection (2), the Railway Act is repealed, except to the extent that subsection 14(1), except paragraph (b), and sections 15 to 80, 84 to 89, 96 to 98 and 109 of that Act continue to apply to a railway company that has authority to construct and operate a railway under a Special Act and has not been continued under the Canada Business Corporations Act.
Marginal note:Repeal of certain provisions
Footnote *(2) Sections 264 to 270, 344, 345 and 358 of the Railway Act are repealed on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.
Return to footnote *[Note: Repeal in force July 1, 1996, see SI/96-54.]
(3) For the purpose of applying the provisions mentioned in subsection (2) after this section comes into force,
(a) a reference in those provisions to the “Agency” shall be interpreted as a reference to the Canadian Transportation Agency;
(b) a reference in those provisions to a “railway, telegraph, telephone and express company”, a “railway or express company” or a “carrier by water” shall be interpreted as a reference to a railway company, as defined in section 87 of this Act; and
(c) the reference to section 64 of the National Transportation Act, 1987 in the definition “claim period” in subsection 270(1) of the Railway Act shall be interpreted as a reference to section 40 of this Act.
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