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BAIL ACT 1982 - SECT 59

59 .         Order for forfeiture, court’s additional powers as to

                A court or an appropriate judicial officer who makes an order for forfeiture under section 49 or 57 may, when doing so, or at any time thereafter, further order —

            (a)         that payment of any sum be made by specified instalments or be postponed to a specified date; or

            (b)         that any security given be applied in or towards payment of the sum forfeited; or

            (c)         that the accused or the surety, as the case may be, do all such things and execute all such documents as may be necessary, or as may be specified in the order, for the purpose of vesting any security in the State or enabling the State to realize the same or to resort thereto to recover the sum forfeited,

                and the court or an appropriate judicial officer may at any time vary or revoke an order made under paragraph (a), (b), or (c).

        [Section 59 amended: No. 65 of 2003 s. 121(3); No. 84 of 2004 s. 82.]

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