|Section 19||HORSE RACING ALBERTA ACT||RSA 2000||Chapter H-11.3|
(b) carried out an activity or acted in a manner that is prejudicial to the best interests of horse racing, for which a licence may be suspended or revoked or other penalties or sanctions may be imposed under the rules.
(2) For the purposes of conducting an investigation and hearing, a racing official may exercise, in respect of the investigation and hearing, the same powers as may be exercised by the Appeal Tribunal under section 28 when conducting an appeal.
(3) The Corporation may designate those racing officials who may conduct investigations and hearings under subsection (1).
1996 cR-1.5 s18
Hindering of officials
19 No person shall hinder the Corporation, a racing official or any employee or agent of the Corporation from carrying out any functions or duties permitted or required under this Act.
1996 cR-1.5 s19
20(1) Any contravention of or failure to comply with this Act by a person does not constitute an offence.
(2) Where, in the opinion of a racing official, a person
(a) has failed to comply with or has contravened this Part or a rule made under this Part, or
(b) has carried out an activity or acted in a manner that is prejudicial to the best interests of horse racing, that non-compliance, contravention, activity or act is grounds on which, subject to the rules,
(c) a licence issued to that person under this Act may be suspended or revoked;
(d) a sanction may be imposed on that person;
(e) a monetary penalty may be imposed on that person.
(3) Any monetary penalty imposed under this Act is a debt owing to the Corporation.
1996 cR-1.5 s20