Administrative Penalty

An order for administrative coercion is not always the obvious choice, as is the case in regularly reoccurring or continuing breaches. In these cases it is often more effective to give the offender a period of time in which to cease the breach or to prevent the repeat of the breach. If the offender does not do so he or she will have to pay a penalty.

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Contrary to the remedial sanctions of an order for administrative coercion and an order subject to

Administrative Coercion

Before one proceeds with the actual implementation of administrative coercion, the offender, subject to the exception