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Thursday, 7 November 1935


Senator BRENNAN (Victoria) (Assistant Minister) . - The honorable senator is wrong in supposing that in the circumstances he has mentioned the obligation to take further steps would rest on him. Those who seized a wireless set would have to proceed to obtain an order of the court for its condemnation. If they merely seized a set, and went no further, the owner could take proceedings against them for its return. Should the set be condemned by the court, the interest of the previous owner in it would disappear, and the disposal of the set would, by this bill, be vested in the Attorney-General.







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