Apparatus which has been seized in pursuance of a search warrant1 or in exercise of the power to seize and detain relevant items of property2 is liable to forfeiture if, immediately before being seized, it was in a person's custody or control in contravention of a restriction order3 imposed for the purpose of preventing or reducing the risk of interference with wireless telegraphy4. Apparatus forfeited under these provisions is to be forfeited to Ofcom5 and may be disposed of by Ofcom in any manner it thinks fit6.
Where restricted apparatus is seized7, Ofcom must give notice of the seizure to every person who, to its knowledge, was at the time of the seizure the owner or one of t
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