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Motor Vehicle Act , section: 99

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Penalties/Suspension on Conviction, Prohibition, Automatic 12 month prtohibition

99 (1) For the purpose of this section, "convicted" includes the granting of an absolute or conditional discharge.

(2) A person who is convicted of

(a) an offence under section 95, 102, 224 or 226 (1), or

(b) a motor vehicle related Criminal Code offence

is automatically and without notice prohibited from driving a motor vehicle for 12 months from the date of sentencing, the date that the passing of sentence is suspended, the date of being granted an absolute or conditional discharge or the date a court imposes a sentence under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (Canada) or the Youth Justice Act.

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