Disposition of property after seizure and forfeiture.
1. Except as otherwise provided in subsection 2, after property has been seized the agency which seized the property may:
(a) Place the property under seal;
(b) Remove the property to a place designated by the agency for the storage of that type of property; or
(c) Remove the property to an appropriate place for disposition in a manner authorized by the court.
2. If an agency seizes currency, unless otherwise ordered by the court, the agency shall deposit the currency in an interest-bearing account maintained for the purpose of holding currency seized by the agency.
3. When a court declares property to be forfeited, the plaintiff may:
(a) Retain it for official use;
(b) Sell any of it which is neither required by law to be destroyed nor harmful to the public; or
(c) Remove it for disposition in accordance with the applicable provisions of NRS.
Last modified: February 25, 2006