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Subchapter 002 : Registration of Name or Mark for Receptacles(Cite as: 9 V.S.A. § 2575)
§ 2575. Search warrant; judicial proceedings
If a person or corporation that has complied with the provisions of section 2571 of this title, or the agent of such person or corporation, makes oath before a judge of a Criminal Division of the Superior Court that he or she has reason to believe and does believe that a person has unlawfully in his or her possession or is secreting a receptacle marked as provided in section 2571 of this title, the judge, if satisfied that there is a reasonable cause for the belief, shall issue a search warrant to discover and obtain the same, and may cause to be brought before him or her a person in whose possession such receptacle is found, and shall inquire into the circumstances of the possession. If the judge finds that the person is guilty of a willful violation of a provision of sections 2572-2574 of this title, he or she shall impose the penalty prescribed therein, and award to the owner the possession of the property taken upon the search warrant. (Amended 1965, No. 194, § 10; 2009, No. 154, § 238.)