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  • 7 (1) If a forfeiture takes place of land or any interest in it the Attorney General may waive or release any right that the government may have become entitled to, so as, by the waiver or release, to vest the property, either absolutely or otherwise, in the persons who would have been entitled but for the forfeiture.
  • (2) The waiver or release may be either for valuable consideration or otherwise, and on the terms and conditions as to the Attorney General seem proper.

1979-111-7; 2002-63-8, effective December 9, 2002 (B.C. Reg. 340/2002).