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53B—Sale and seizure of radar detectors, jammers and similar devices

        (1)         A person must not sell a radar detector or jammer, or store or offer a radar detector or jammer for sale.

        (2)         A police officer may seize, retain and test any device that the officer has reasonable cause to suspect is a radar detector or jammer.

        (3)         A device seized under this section is forfeited to the Crown if a person is found guilty of or expiates an offence against this Act in relation to the device.

        (4)         A device forfeited under this section must be disposed of in such manner as the Commissioner of Police directs.

        (5)         In proceedings for an offence against this Act, an allegation in the information that a specified device is a radar detector or jammer is proof of the matter so alleged, in the absence of proof to the contrary.

        (6)         In this section—

"radar detector or jammer" includes any device for detecting the use, or preventing the effective use, of a speed measuring device (whether or not the speed measuring device employs radar in its operation).

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