Commercial motor vehicle which may have critical defects as described in O.Reg.512/97 only allows the MTO to impound that vehicle.

Successfully argued that a commercial motor vehicle which may have critical defects as described in O.Reg.512/97 only allows the MTO to impound that vehicle.

David Crocker and Liliane Gingras successfully argued that a commercial motor vehicle which may have critical defects as described in O.Reg.512/97 only allows the MTO to impound that vehicle. It does not provide the basis for a charge under subsection 84(1.1) of the Highway Traffic Act that a vehicle is in such a dangerous or unsafe condition as to endanger any person.

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