192. Where the timber is susceptible of rapid deterioration or depreciation, a judge may authorize the sale of the timber on an application by the employee.
Any timber seized may be sold with authorization from a judge, except in the case referred to in section 188, if the employee shows that over seven days have elapsed since a notice was left on the premises pursuant to section 190 and that, since that time, no person has laid claim to the timber seized.
One clear day’s notice of an application under the first paragraph shall be served on the person from whom the timber has been seized and on the persons who claim to be entitled to the seized timber.
The sale shall be made by a representative authorized by the Minister on the terms and conditions determined by the judge. The proceeds of the sale shall be deposited with the Ministère des Finances in accordance with the Deposit Act (chapter D-5).
1986, c. 108, s. 192; 1988, c. 21, s. 146; 1988, c. 73, s. 66; 2001, c. 6, s. 123.