A court, on the conviction of an offender, may order the forfeiture of some article in relation to which the offence was committed1. Subject to any enactment relating to customs or excise, anything other than money forfeited on a conviction by a magistrates' court2 or the forfeiture of which may be enforced by a magistrates' court must be sold or otherwise disposed of in such manner as the court may direct, and the proceeds are applied as if they were a fine imposed under the enactment on which the proceedings for the forfeiture are founded
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