Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
Marginal note:Initial review of detention
Marginal note:Further reviews of detention — before determining reasonableness
(2) Until it is determined whether a certificate is reasonable, a judge shall commence another review of the reasons for the person’s continued detention at least once in the six-month period following the conclusion of each preceding review.
Marginal note:Further reviews of detention — after determining reasonableness
(3) A person who continues to be detained after a certificate is determined to be reasonable may apply to the Federal Court for another review of the reasons for their continued detention if a period of six months has expired since the conclusion of the preceding review.
Marginal note:Reviews of conditions
(4) A person who is released from detention under conditions may apply to the Federal Court for another review of the reasons for continuing the conditions if a period of six months has expired since the conclusion of the preceding review.
(5) On review, the judge
(a) shall order the person’s detention to be continued if the judge is satisfied that the person’s release under conditions would be injurious to national security or endanger the safety of any person or that they would be unlikely to appear at a proceeding or for removal if they were released under conditions; or
(b) in any other case, shall order or confirm the person’s release from detention and set any conditions that the judge considers appropriate.
- 2001, c. 27, s. 82
- 2005, c. 10, s. 34
- 2008, c. 3, s. 4
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