NARCOTIC DRUGS (CONTROL, ENFORCEMENT AND SANCTIONS) LAW - 1990 (PNDCL 236)

    Section - 16 - Application to the Court.

    (1) Where the Attorney-General has reason to believe that any person is a liable person, he may apply ex-parte to a court for an order of forfeiture of all the properties of which that person is a holder and which the Attorney-General has reason to believe are illegal properties.

    (2) The application, supported by an affidavit shall-

    (a) identify the liable person to be proceeded against, state his address of residence or business, if known, and other relevant particulars, which are known;

    (b) state the grounds on which he is a liable person;

    (c) identify the properties to be forfeited, set out their estimated value, and, if known, their location; and

    (d) state any other matter, circumstance or information which, in the opinion of the Attorney-General, is relevant to the application.