Tennessee Code Title 55. Motor and Other Vehicles § 55-3-213

(a) Any law enforcement agency that impounds a motor vehicle due to the manufacture of methamphetamine on or within the motor vehicle, determined to be contaminated pursuant to the standards developed pursuant to title 68, chapter 212, part 5, shall submit a notice of motor vehicle impoundment for manufacture of methamphetamine to the department of revenue within thirty (30) days of such impoundment.

(b) A notice in a form substantially as follows is sufficient to comply with subsection (a):

Notice of Motor Vehicle Impoundment for Manufacture of Methamphetamine

Notice is hereby given that a motor vehicle has been impounded due to a charge of manufacture of methamphetamine on or within the vehicle.  Such motor vehicle was seized at the location described below on

_____________________________________________.

(date)

This motor vehicle has been impounded by

_____________________________________________ pursuant to

(name of law enforcement agency)

Tennessee Code Annotated, § ____________________.

Address of Motor Vehicle Seizure:

____________________________________________

Name of Motor Vehicle Owner or Owners:

____________________________________________

Registered Address:

____________________________________________

Apartment or Unit Number (if applicable):

____________________________________________

VIN:

____________________________________________

Year, Make, Model and Color:

____________________________________________

Name of Person and Agency Giving Notice:

____________________________________________

Signature of Person Giving Notice:

____________________________________________

Title/Position:

____________________________________________

Date:

____________________________________________.


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