Property which has come into the possession of an immigration officer, or has come into the possession of the Secretary of State1 in the course of, or in connection with, a function under the Immigration Acts2 may be dealt with as follows3. A magistrates' court may, on the application of the Secretary of State or a claimant of property order the delivery of property to the person appearing to the court to be its owner, or if its owner cannot be ascertained, make any other order about property4. An order does not affect
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