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490(10) Subject to this or any other Act of Parliament, a person, other than a person who may make an application under subsection (7), who claims to be the lawful owner or person lawfully entitled to possession of anything seized and brought before or reported to a justice under section 489.1 may, at any time, on three clear days notice to the Attorney General and the person from whom the thing was seized, apply summarily to (a) a judge referred to in subsection (7), where a judge ordered the detention of the thing seized under subsection (3), or (b) a justice, in any other case, for an order that the thing detained be returned to the applicant.

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