L-6 - Act respecting lotteries, publicity contests and amusement machines

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77. Subject to section 69, property seized under this Act is, once the matter which led to the seizure has been decided, returned to its owner, unless the Court orders its confiscation; however, no book, register, account, voucher or other document may be confiscated.
1978, c. 36, s. 77; 1990, c. 46, s. 39; 1993, c. 39, s. 66.
77. Subject to section 69, property seized under this Act is, once the matter which led to the seizure has been decided, returned to its owner, unless the board orders its confiscation; however, no book, register, account, voucher or other document may be confiscated.
1978, c. 36, s. 77; 1990, c. 46, s. 39.
77. Subject to section 69 and to the rules respecting the distribution of purses to participants in a race meeting, property seized under this act is, once the matter which led to the seizure has been decided, returned to its owner, unless the board orders its confiscation; however, no book, register, account, voucher or other document may be confiscated.
1978, c. 36, s. 77.
This section comes into force on 1 January 1979 insofar as it concerns the lottery schemes. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 4006-78 dated 22 December 1978, (1979) 111 G.O. 2, 543).
This section comes into force on 13 March 1979 to the extent that it concerns amusement machines or publicity contests. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 710-79 dated 13 March 1979, (1979) 111 G.O. 2, 2595).
The part of this section which has not been proclaimed comes into force on 30 July 1980. (1978, c. 36, s. 139; Order in Council 2367-80 dated 30 July 1980, (1980) 112 G.O. 2, 3773).