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The Control of Waste (Dealing with Seized Property) (England and Wales) Regulations 2015

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13.  The determination notice must state—

(a)where the determination is of entitlement to all or part of the seized property—

(i)the determination of entitlement;

(ii)the property to which the determination relates; and

(iii)whether the property is to be—

(aa)collected, where regulation 12(1)(b)(ii) applies, and accordingly the relevant collection period and details to enable collection by the claimant including contact details, the place and any times for collection;

(bb)retained in accordance with regulation 15, and accordingly the determination as to retention and an explanation of the ability to retain in accordance with that regulation; or

(cc)retained in accordance with regulation 16, and accordingly the determination as to retention, and the periods for retention and return as determined in accordance with that regulation;

(b)where the determination is that a person is not entitled to all or part of the seized property—

(i)the determination that the claimant is not entitled;

(ii)the property to which the determination relates; and

(iii)an explanation that the seized property can be sold, destroyed or otherwise disposed of in accordance with regulation 21.

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