33.2.1. Where the thing seized is perishable or likely to depreciate rapidly and its safety is ensured, the judge may, on the application of the seizor, authorize the sale of the thing.
At least one clear day’s prior notice of the application 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. However, the judge may exempt the seizor from service if deterioration of the thing seized is imminent.
The sale shall be made on the conditions fixed by the judge. The proceeds of sale shall be deposited with the Bureau général de dépôts pour le Québec.
2000, c. 26, s. 24; 2016, c. 7, s. 183.