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Thursday, 7 November 1935


Senator BROWN (Queensland) . - I take it that these provisions would apply to unlicensed wireless sets. If a set had been seized by officers of the Postmaster-General's Department, and the court had held that it had been rightly seized, could the owner apply to the court for the return of that set? At that stage would it rest with the Attorney General to say whether or not the set should be returned? Suppose for instance that my wireless set had been seized. If I thought that the set had not been rightly seized, could I apply to the court for its return? And if the court said that I was not entitled to have ir back, would the final decision as to whether or not it should be returned rest with the Attorney-General?







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