What happens if I fail to comply with the Act?

Because the Lobbyists Commissioner is endowed with the necessary powers, he can, of his own accord or on request, carry out inspections and inquiries if he has reasonable grounds to believe that a lobbyist fails to abide by the provisions of the Act or of the Code of Conduct for Lobbyists.

When the Commissioner finds that a lobbyist has neglected his obligations, the latter becomes liable to disciplinary measures, penal sanctions or civil suits. For example:
In short, a lobbyist who does not comply with the Act, can:
To learn about the disciplinary measures that can be imposed by the Lobbyists Commissioner or the penal sanctions that may result from legal action initiated by the Lobbyists Commissioner or those resulting from legal action initiated by the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions, see sections 53 to 65 of the Lobbying Transparency and Ethics Act.