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4 Pa. Code § 118.10. Penalties and enforcement.

§ 118.10. Penalties and enforcement.

 A person who violates this chapter, fails to carry out duties and responsibilities imposed by this chapter, or impedes or interferes with actions undertaken or ordered under this chapter shall be subject to the penalties under 35 Pa.C.S. §  7707. Violation of any provision of this chapter is a summary offense enforceable by proper law enforcement authorities or private citizens in accordance with Pa.R. Crim.P. Nos. 400—471 and 1000—1013 (relating to summary cases; and rules of criminal procedure for the Municipal Court of Philadelphia).


   The provisions of this §  118.10 amended July 6, 2001, effective July 7, 2001, 31 Pa.B. 3520. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (229891).

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