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SECTION WORDING
734.6(1) Where (a) an offender is in default of payment of a fine, or (b) a forfeiture imposed by law is not paid as required by the order imposing it, then, in addition to any other method provided by law for recovering the fine or forfeiture, (c) the Attorney General of the province to whom the proceeds of the fine or forfeiture belong, or (d) the Attorney General of Canada, where the proceeds of the fine or forfeiture belong to Her Majesty in right of Canada, may, by filing the order, enter as a judgment the amount of the fine or forfeiture, and costs, if any, in any civil court in Canada that has jurisdiction to enter a judgment for that amount.

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