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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
Agency 20. Department of Criminal Justice Services
Chapter 150. Rules Relating to the Forfeited Drug Asset Sharing Program

6VAC20-150-30. Asset seizure.

A. Property subject to seizure under § 18.2-249 of the Code of Virginia, that is seized with the intent to forfeit to the Commonwealth and retain the property or proceeds for law-enforcement use pursuant to Chapter 22.1 of Title 19.2, shall be reported to the department provided that the property or cash value exceeds $100.

B. The agency administrator of the designated seizing agency will file a DCJS Form 998, Asset Seizure Reporting Form, within 21 days of seizure with intent to forfeit pursuant to § 18.2-249. This form calls for detailed information regarding the description and location of property. If more than one agency participates in the seizure, the names, addresses and agency administrators of all participating agencies or offices shall be reported to the department on Form 998.

Statutory Authority

§§ 19.2-386.4, 19.2-386.10 and 19.2-386.14 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR240-04-2 § 3, eff. July 29, 1992.

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