2013 South Carolina Code of Laws
Title 12 - Taxation
SECTION 12-21-2910. List and appraisal of certain confiscated goods.

SC Code § 12-21-2910 (2013) What's This?

In all cases of seizure of any goods, wares, merchandise or other property made as being subject to forfeiture under provisions of this chapter which in the opinion of the officer or person making the seizure are of the appraised value of one hundred dollars or more, such officer or person shall cause a list containing a particular description of the goods, wares, merchandise or other property seized to be prepared in duplicate and an appraisement thereof to be made by three sworn appraisers to be selected by him, who shall be respectable and disinterested citizens of the State residing within the county wherein the seizure was made. Such list and appraisement shall be properly attested by such officer or person and such appraisers, for which service each of such appraisers shall be allowed the sum of one dollar per day, not exceeding two days, to be paid by the department out of any revenue received by it from the sale of the confiscated goods or the compromise which may be effected. If such goods so seized are believed by the officer making the seizure to be of less value than one hundred dollars, no appraisement shall be made.

HISTORY: 1962 Code Section 65-860; 1952 Code Section 65-860; 1942 Code Sections 2527, 2538; 1932 Code Sections 2527, 2538; 1928 (35) 1089; 1930 (36) 1358; 1935 (39) 244, 365; 1937 (40) 539; 1938 (40) 2925; 1982 Act No. 426, Section 1.

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