15. The owner of an object seized, other than the offender, may revendicate that object even during a suit for the confiscation of that object and thereafter until the final judgment, by presenting to the court a motion alleging under oath the nature of his right to the object seized.
The court seized of the motion may, on such conditions as it determines, order that such object be handed over to the applicant.
This section does not apply to any person having the right of revendication in respect of a vehicle, boat or aircraft by virtue of a contract of conditional sale.
1969, c. 58, s. 15; 1978, c. 65, s. 7.