(1) Within 30 days after actual notice of any seizure, or at such later date as the Department of Corrections in its discretion may allow:
(a) An individual from whose person, property or premises things have been seized may petition the department to return the things seized to the person or premises from which they were seized.
(b) Any other person asserting a claim to rightful possession of the things seized may petition the department to restore the things seized to the person.
(2) Petitions for return or restoration of things seized shall be served on the manager of the local field services office having supervision over the suspected parole or post-prison supervision violator.
(3) Service of a petition for the return or restoration of things seized shall be made by certified or registered mail, return receipt requested. [1991 c.286 §3]
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