213. Further detention of seized property in other cases.

If property1 is detained2, no restraint order3 is in force in respect of the property, and no application has been made for a restraint order which includes provision4 authorising detention of the property5, a magistrates' court may by order6 extend the period for which the property or any part7 of it may be so detained if satisfied that:


    (1)     any of the conditions for exercising the power to seize property8 is met9;


    (2)     the property or part is realisable property10 other than exempt property11; and


    (3)     there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the property may otherwise be made