99. Upon pronouncing a conviction for an offence under a provision of this Act or the regulations thereunder, a judge may order the confiscation of the thing seized at the time of an inspection.
Prior notice of the application for confiscation shall be given by the prosecutor to the person from whom the thing was seized and to the defendant, except where they are in the presence of the judge.
The thing seized shall be confiscated 90 days after the date of the seizure if the lawful owner or possessor is unknown or cannot be found.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, no book, record, account, voucher or other document may be confiscated.
1987, c. 103, s. 99; 1992, c. 61, s. 243.