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34 Pa. Code § 14.23. Fines and other penalties.

§ 14.23. Fines and other penalties.

 An order of removal or remedy shall be made immediately against a person, firm, association or corporation violating, failing or refusing to comply with this subpart. Failure to comply with the order shall be punishable under summary proceedings with a penalty of $50 to $200 plus the costs of prosecution. If there is default of the fine and costs of prosecution, there may be imprisonment of 1 day for each dollar of fine and costs unpaid. However, imprisonment may be imposed for failure to pay all or any part of a fine imposed under this subpart only when the violator fails to show that the nonpayment is caused by indigence or a lack of sufficient funds.


   The provisions of this §  11.23 adopted October 12, 1971, effective October 23, 1971, 1 Pa.B. 2018; transferred from 37 Pa. Code and renumbered as 34 Pa. Code §  14.23, February 28, 2014, effective March 1, 2014, 44 Pa.B. 1233. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (205621) to (205622).

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