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Forfeiture Notices

Notice of Forfeiture

  • Daniel M. Abraham, or other claimed owners, on 3/10/21, BAYANET seized $34,511 from 3657 Schauman Dr, Saginaw, 48601.

    Since the total value of the seized property does not exceed $50,000, it is the intent of BAYANET to forfeit and dispose of the above described property according to the provision of MCL 333.7521, et seq.

    If you or any person claiming an interest in the above described property wish to challenge the seizure and forfeiture of the property or wish to claim an interest in the property, you must file a written claim with Saginaw County Prosecutors' Office within 20 days after the date of the first publication of this notice in the newspaper.

    Upon receipt of a written claim, a court action will be filed to decide the issue of forfeiture in accordance with MCL 333.7523. Failure to file a claim of interest within the 20 days shall cause the listed property to be declared forfeited and disposed of according to law.