197. The Governor in Council may make such regulations as the Governor in Council deems necessary for carrying out the purposes and provisions of this Part.
Marginal note:Binding on Her Majesty
198. This Part is binding on Her Majesty in right of Canada.
PART IVCONSEQUENTIAL AND RELATED AMENDMENTS, REPEAL AND TRANSITIONAL PROVISIONS AND COMING INTO FORCE
199. to 203. [Amendments]
204. [Repealed, 1995, c. 42, s. 61]
Prisons and Reformatories Act
205. to 207. [Amendments]
Transfer of Offenders Act
208. to 211. [Amendments]
Department of the Solicitor General Act
213. and 214. [Repeals]
215. and 216. [Amendments]
Marginal note:Commissioner remains in office
217. The person holding office as Commissioner of Corrections on the coming into force of section 214 continues in office as Commissioner and shall be deemed to have been appointed under Part I of this Act.
Marginal note:Federal-provincial agreements
218. (1) Any agreements made under the Penitentiary Act or the Prisons and Reformatories Act and in existence on the coming into force of section 214, to the extent that they are authorized to be entered into under subsection 15(3) or 16(1) of this Act, shall be deemed to have been entered into under that subsection.
(2) Any agreements made under the Parole Act and in existence on the coming into force of section 213, to the extent that they are authorized to be entered into under section 114 of this Act, shall be deemed to have been entered into under that section.
Marginal note:Temporary absences
219. Any temporary absence authorized under section 28 or 29 of the Penitentiary Act shall, on the coming into force of section 214, be dealt with as if it had been authorized under section 17 of this Act.
Marginal note:Administrative segregation, discipline
220. All matters relating to administrative segregation and disciplinary offences shall, on the coming into force of section 214, be dealt with in accordance with Part I of this Act.
221. In this section and sections 222 to 227,
« entrée en vigueur »
“commencement day” means the day on which section 213 comes into force;
« loi antérieure »
“former Act” means the Parole Act as it read immediately before the commencement day;
« ancienne Commission »
“former Board” means the National Parole Board established by section 3 of the former Act.
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