Where a person is convicted of a relevant offence1, the court may, as well as imposing any other penalty, order to be forfeited to Ofcom2 such of the things mentioned in heads (1) to (4) below as the court considers appropriate3.
The things which may be forfeited are4:
(1) any vehicle, ship5 or aircraft, or any structure or other object, that was used in connection with the commission of the offence6;
(2) any wireless telegraphy apparatus or other apparatus7 in relation to which the offence was committed8;
(3) any wireless telegraphy apparatus or other apparatus that was used in connection
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