133. The seizor may, before the expiry of the ninety-day period, apply to a judge for further detention for a period of not more than 90 days.
To obtain any additional further detention period, the seizor must apply therefor before the expiry of the first such period to a judge of the Superior Court in the judicial district where the first order for further detention was made. In such a case, the judge shall fix the conditions and specify the period of detention.
Where the seizor applies for a further detention period, he must prove that further detention is necessary, having regard to the complexity of the evidence or to the difficulty of examining the things seized.
Prior notice of an application for further detention must be served on the person from whom the thing was seized and on the persons who claim to have a right in the thing seized or in the proceeds of the sale thereof.