The court before which a person is convicted of an offence1 may order the forfeiture of anything in his possession at the time of the offence which the court considers to have been involved in the offence2. Before making such an order in relation to anything the court must give an opportunity to make representations to any person (in addition to the convicted person) who claims to be the owner of that thing or otherwise to have an interest in it3. Such an order may not be made so as to come into force at any time before there
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