1.Records of forfeited property.
Any officer, department or agency having custody of property subject to forfeiture
under section 5821 or having disposed of the property shall maintain complete records
A. From whom it received the property; [1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).]
B. Under what authority it held, received or disposed of the property; [1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).]
C. To whom it delivered the property; [1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).]
D. The date and manner of destruction or disposition of the property; and [1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).]
E. The exact kinds, quantities and forms of the property. [1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).]
The records shall be open to inspection by all federal and state officers responsible
for enforcing federal and state drug control laws. Persons making final disposition
or destruction of the property under court order shall report, under oath, to the
court the exact circumstances or the disposition or destruction.
1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW)
2.Department of Public Safety; centralized record.
The Department of Public Safety shall maintain a centralized record of property
seized, held by and ordered to the department. A report of the disposition of property
previously held by the department and ordered by the court to any governmental entity
must be provided at least quarterly to the Commissioner of Administrative and Financial
Services and the Office of Fiscal and Program Review for review. These records must
include an estimate as to the fair market value of items seized.
1991, c. 780, Pt. Y, §116 (AMD)
1987, c. 420, §2 (NEW).
1991, c. 780, §Y116 (AMD).
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