(b) adding ", suspension" immediately after "conviction" in the eleventh line.
(b) striking out "may" in the eighth line and substituting "shall".
(3) Subsection 279C(3) of Chapter 293 is repealed.
(4) Subsection 279C(4) of Chapter 293, as enacted by Chapter 32 of the Acts 1998, is amended by
(a) striking out ", (2) or (3)" in the second line and substituting "or (2)";
(b) striking out "revoked" and substituting "suspended" in the seventh line; and
(c) striking out "twenty-four hours" in the eighth line and substituting the following:
(a) seven days in the case of a first suspension within the last ten years;
(b) fifteen days in the case of a second suspension within the last ten years; or
(c) thirty days in the case of a third or subsequent suspension within the last ten years,
(5) Subsection 279C(6) of Chapter
293, as enacted by Chapter 32, is amended by striking out "revocation and" in the sixth line.
Subsection 279C(10) of Chapter 293, as enacted by Chapter 32 and amended by Chapter 42 of the Acts of 2004, is further amended by
(a) striking out "and" at the end of clause (a); and
(b) striking out clause (b) and substituting the following clauses:
(7) Section 279C of Chapter 293, as enacted by Chapter 32 and amended by Chapter 11 and Chapter 42, is further amended by adding immediately after subsection (10) the following subsections:
(10A) The Registrar shall record every suspension under this Section on the operating record of the person whose license is suspended.
(10B) The peace officer who requested the surrender of a license under this Section shall
(a) issue a notice of suspension to the driver in accordance with subsection (4); and
(b) seize and dispose of the license as directed by the Registrar.
(10C) At the end of the suspension period, a person may apply in the form and manner prescribed by the Registrar for reinstatement of the person's license upon payment of the reinstatement fee prescribed by the regulations.
3 This Act comes into force on such day as the Governor in Council orders and declares by proclamation.
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