7. Compliance notices
(1) If there are reasonable grounds for believing that a person has done or omitted to do anything in contravention of Part VIII or of the adopted Code, then the Executive Director, Public Health, or the local government of the district in which the contravention is believed to have occurred, may require the person to do anything necessary to rectify the situation.
(2) A requirement must be in writing, and takes effect when it is served on the person.
(3) A person who, without reasonable excuse, contravenes a requirement commits an offence.
(4) A person who commits an offence under subregulation (3) is liable, on conviction, to ¾
(a) a fine of not more than $2 500 and not less than ¾
(i) $250 for a first offence;
(ii) $500 for a second offence; or
(iii) $1 250 for a third or subsequent offence;
(b) if the offence is a continuing offence, a daily fine of not more than $250 and not less than $125.